Full Course Description


 

The Ultimate Hands-On Wound Care Clinical Lab

OUTLINE

Wound Bed Tissue Types: Presentation & Treatment

Wound Margin Issues and Strategies

Characteristics of Common Wounds

Hands-On Clinical Lab

Wound Care Products

Strategies to Select Primary Dressings for:

OBJECTIVES

Program Information

Outline

Wound Bed Tissue Types: Presentation & Treatment

Wound Margin Issues and Strategies

Characteristics of Common Wounds

Hands-On Clinical Lab

Wound Care Products

Strategies to Select Primary Dressings for:

 

Objectives

Copyright : 10/26/2016

Advanced Wound Care Treatments for the Lower Extremity

OUTLINE

So Many Dressings, So Little Time

Dressing Fundamentals for Advanced Practice

Cut It Out? - Proper Debridement and Reduction of Bioburden

Common Chronic Wounds and Advanced Treatments

Hands-On Lab

Hands-On Off-loading Workshop (secrets from Dr. Farrer’s lab)

Advanced Dressings – What Works, What Doesn’t

Lower Leg Edema and Compression Treatments: It’s More Than Just Compression

Hands-On Lab

“I’m stressing over my wound” - Understanding the Role of Stress in Delayed Wound Healing

The Psychology of Wound Healing

Hands-On Labs

OBJECTIVES

  1. Develop the proper treatment protocol for the most common lower extremity wounds.
  2. Justify the importance of off-loading and demonstrate techniques to protect the wound from pressure.
  3. Explain the latest methods to reduce biofilm levels in chronic wounds.
  4. Compare and contrast the benefits of advanced tissue products and discuss how to prepare the wound for application.
  5. Describe the major groups of dressings by structural characteristics and utility.
  6. Differentiate the variety of compression devices, dressings and stockings.
  7. Identify the underlying physical and biological mechanisms for stress-induced delayed wound healing.
  8. Display effective communication techniques that encourage positive change in patient behavior.

Program Information

Outline

So Many Dressings, So Little Time

Dressing Fundamentals for Advanced Practice

Cut It Out? - Proper Debridement and Reduction of Bioburden

Common Chronic Wounds and Advanced Treatments

Hands-On Lab

Hands-On Off-loading Workshop (secrets from Dr. Farrer’s lab)

Advanced Dressings – What Works, What Doesn’t

Lower Leg Edema and Compression Treatments: It’s More Than Just Compression

Hands-On Lab

“I’m stressing over my wound” - Understanding the Role of Stress in Delayed Wound Healing

The Psychology of Wound Healing

Hands-On Labs

 

Objectives

  1. Develop the proper treatment protocol for the most common lower extremity wounds.
  2. Justify the importance of off-loading and demonstrate techniques to protect the wound from pressure.
  3. Explain the latest methods to reduce biofilm levels in chronic wounds.
  4. Compare and contrast the benefits of advanced tissue products and discuss how to prepare the wound for application.
  5. Describe the major groups of dressings by structural characteristics and utility.
  6. Differentiate the variety of compression devices, dressings and stockings.
  7. Identify the underlying physical and biological mechanisms for stress-induced delayed wound healing.
  8. Display effective communication techniques that encourage positive change in patient behavior.

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Copyright : 12/15/2016

Is it a pressure ulcer or moisture-associated skin damage? Wound identification tips, prevention strategies and tissue pressure management systems

OUTLINE

Moisture Associate Skin Damage (MASD)

Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis (IAD)

Pressure Ulcers

Specialized Support Surfaces for Tissue Load Management

OBJECTIVES

Copyright : 05/01/2015

Palliative Wound Care: Realistic Wound Management Goals and Best-Practice Guidelines

OUTLINE

Palliative Wound Assessment Considerations

Common Types of Wounds in Palliative Care

Avoidable vs. Unavoidable Pressure Ulcers

Wound Management Goals & Strategies in Palliative Care

Communication and Documentation Musts

OBJECTIVES

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Copyright : 05/01/2015