Wound Care Part 4: Treatment Modalities

Overview:

Cuts, abrasions, and lacerations heal quickly and, most often, without medical attention. Yet, sometimes wounds are more complex or serious. In these cases, it is important to seek medical and nursing care to ensure proper healing. This course is designed to provide healthcare professionals with detailed information on the treatment modalities available for different types of chronic wounds. This is the final course in the four-part Wound Care series, and it is designed to instruct nurses and other healthcare professionals with detailed information about the treatment modalities available for chronic wounds.

Objectives:

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Choose appropriate treatment modalities based on wound type and goal(s) for treatment
  • Describe and perform appropriate wound bed preparation
  • Explain the different types of sharp debridement
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of different types of wound dressings
  • Explain how to properly perform a dressing change
  • Define various treatment modalities, including negative pressure wound therapy, electrical stimulation, hyperbaric, and ultrasound therapy
Sale Price: $299.00 USD
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Product ID: MED048
Media: DVD
Year: 2014
Duration: 19:50 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Wound Management,
 
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