It can be challenging to struggle with chronic wounds, but following the 5 Rules of Wound Care can help ensure that wounds stay clean, preventing further infection and aiding in healing. No matter the type of wound, whether acute or chronic, from surgical recovery to diabetic ulcers, the 5 Rules of Wound Care can help
Nurse practitioners are essential in providing wound care and treatment that helps accelerate healing and prevent complications and infections. Working together, patients, their families, and Nurse practitioners play a significant role in a chronic wound patient’s support team. They significantly contribute to the patient’s well-being, improve quality of life, and help wound care patients work
When you or a loved one is struggling with chronic wounds, the last thing you want to do is travel to a medical facility for wound care. Traveling with painful chronic wounds can be tiring and impact the patient’s quality of life. At-home wound care services can provide a comfortable and expert option for patients
Chronic wounds are debilitating to a patient’s quality of life, pose a clinical challenge to physicians, and impose financial burden on the health-care system. New treatment options are therefore highly sought after. Ultrasound debridement is a promising technology that functions to disperse bacterial biofilms, increase blood flow to the wound site and stimulate wound healing.