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At SAWC Fall Virtual, attendees can participate in a panel discussion of case studies in treating uncommon chronic wounds, in an innovation theater sponsored by Organogenesis. This will be followed by a live Q&A hosted by moderator Lee C. Ruotsi, MD, ABWMS, CWSP, UHM. The case studies will include wounds treated with PuraPly AM (Organogenesis…
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in 2020. It also has created “the perfect storm for skin and wound issues.”1 Our presentation at SAWC Fall Virtual takes a closer look at how the coronavirus has changed skin and wound care, focusing on nine topics arising in wound centers.
In this video, Karen Bauer, DNP, discusses her SAWC Fall Virtual session "Compression A-Z" and why there is a lack of solutions involving compression in literature.
Diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) pose a significant risk to patients due to complications such as amputation. Is topical oxygen effective in healing DFUs? A poster presented at SAWC Fall evaluates the healing potential of a topical oxygen therapy dressing.
In this video, Suzie Ehmann, DPT, CWS, CLT-LANA, discusses her SAWC Fall Virtual session "Compression A-Z" and what factors influence the success of compression. She also delves into how the multi-disciplinary team changes the wound outcome projections.
In this video, Marvin Heyboer III, MD, FACEP, FACCWS, FUHM, discusses his SAWC Fall Virtual session "HBO: An Evidence-based Guide" and shares important information that clinicians should be aware of when utilizing HBOT on wound care patients.
The Wound Care Learning Network had the opportunity to talk with Windy Cole, DPM, about Kent Imaging's SnapshotNIR, which provides diagnostic insight into the availability of oxygenated blood to the imaged tissue.
We are witnessing an explosive growth of the human birth tissue industry, which now has reached $1 billion annually according to primary market research from Health Advances and third party sources. How is Amniox contributing to this growth?
Prior to the pandemic, prone positioning (proning) was primarily used for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome. Keynote Speaker Julie Rivera, MSN, RN, MPD-BC, CWOCN, reviewed the benefits of proning in patients with COVID-19 at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Virtual 2020.
Listen to "DFU Podcast: Giving Patients What They Deserve" on Spreaker.
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