Pressure Ulcer Prevention Tips

Pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores or pressure sores, are localized linjuries to the skin and/or underlying tissue caused by pressure or pressure combined with moisture, shear and/or friction. They usually appear on the heels, hips, tailbone, and elbows, where the bones are close to the skin’s surface. Pressure ulcers can range from moderate (just […]

Phases of Wound Healing

The four overlapping  and organized phases of wound healing are hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and maturation. These phases and their related biophysiological processes must occur in the correct order, at the right time, and at the right level for a set period of time. A variety of factors can influence wound healing, interfering with one or […]

Wound Care 101 for Caregivers

To begin, being a patient or caregiver is a difficult duty. Now you must change a wound care dressing that was once a simple procedure but has become emotionally charged. When you are the patient or caregiver, the dynamics change. This is now about educating yourself and reprogramming your mind to believe that you can […]

Evidence-Based Treatment Options In Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs)

Advanced wound care technology has come a long way in treating chronic wounds. However, diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) can be difficult to treat, and not every patient should be allocated the same treatment plan. Traditional approaches are considerably less effective than patient-centered care. Understanding each patient’s unique demands as well as the pathophysiology of diabetic […]

Biofilm – Targeted Advanced Wound Care Dressings

Biofilm-Targeted Advanced Wound Care Dressings Advanced wound care dressings play a vital role in wound management by promoting healing , preventing infection, and maintaining a moist wound environment. There are numerous types of wound dressings, each with its own properties and applications. Dressing selection requires a thorough understanding of dressing categories, functionality, appropriateness, and reimbursement. […]