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Eric J. Lullove, DPM, addresses the topic of skin grafting and the drawbacks that a clinician may face when using a skin graft, such as graft failure.
In this video, Dr. Lullove talks about the benefits of using a skin graft rather than a cellular- or tissue-based product.
John C. Lantis II discusses the indications a clinician must evaluate when using a cellular- or tissue-based product.
John C. Lantis II discusses the pros and cons of using a cellular - or tissue-based product.
John C. Lantis II discusses the pros and cons of using a cellular- or tissue-based product.
A novel point-of-care fluorescence imaging system aids in bacterial-targeted debridement and bio-burden management in the treatment of chronic wounds. This observational case series investigated the use of this imaging device to target debridement and promote wound healing.
Nutrition plays a vital role in wound healing. As such, optimal wound healing requires for patients to have adequate nutritional status. These authors review nutrition recommendations and the role of registered dietitian/nutritionists. 
Accurate coding is essential to protect your practice and manage risk. This author takes a look at the correct AMA CPT and ICD-10 codes to use so your wound clinic can remain compliant.
At the 2019 Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Fall, Susie Seaman, NP, MSN, CWOCN, and Sharon Goldsmith, MA, BSN, RN, CWS, addressed the topic of burnout in their session, “Preventing and Recognizing Wound Care Clinician Burnout.” In their session, they sought to define burnout and its epidemiology, address the impact of unmanaged stress and its…
Case Study/Series Use of Remote Ischemic Conditioning on the Treatment of Diabetic Wounds Todd W. Greenwood, PhD, MPH; and Matthew Regulski, DPM
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