The ability for the circulatory system to deliver oxygen-rich blood throughout our body is as important as the return of deoxygenated blood back to the heart. Blood must return to the heart in order for the heart to pump oxygenated blood…
Which of the following treatment courses are usually considered when treating a patient with lymphedema?
- Complete decongestive therapy
- Negative pressure wound therapy
- Silver dressings
- Sharp debridement
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Experimental Simulation Study to Assess Pressure Distribution of Different Compression Applications Applied Over an Innovative Primary Wound Dressing
The aim of this study is to assess the sub-bandage pressure distribution under 3 compression applications as well to assess the impact of an innovative primary wound…
The ability for the circulatory system to deliver oxygen-rich blood throughout our body is as important as the return of deoxygenated blood back to the heart. Blood must…
Wound Care practitioners know that successful outcomes in the management of acute and chronic wounds can be impacted by biological and social conditions.
Complete decongestive therapy (CDT) is the standard of care for the treatment of lymphedema. This includes skin and wound care, manual lymphatic drainage, remedial…