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Wound Cleanser & Debridement

  1. Wound Care 101 Series, Part 3: Chronic Wounds

    Diabetic Foot Ulcer is a Chronic Wound

    In Part Three of the three part series about properly caring for wounds, learn how to identify and care for chronic wounds such as pressure sores, ulcers and more. 

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  2. 10 Ways to Tell Whether Your Wound is Infected or Healing

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    In Part One of the three part series about properly caring for wounds, learn how to identify the 10 most common signs of infection in an open wound including lacerations, cuts and surgical incisions. 

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  3. The Severity Of Dermal Ulcers

    A dermal ulcer is a sore that develops on the skin followed by destruction of the tissue surrounding it. Tissue destruction leads to complete loss of skin; the size and depth of the ulcer depends on the severity of what exactly is causing it. Dermal ulcers are more common on the skin of the arms and legs.

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  4. 3 Tips To Prepare For Total Knee Replacement Surgery

    3 Tips To Prepare For Total Knee Replacement Surgery

    You suffer from osteoarthritis and your knee pain is unbearable. After years of limited mobility and the inability to maintain an active lifestyle, you agree to have an orthopedic surgeon examine your knee. The surgeon determines you are a good candidate for a Total Knee Replacement (TKR). Most patients undergoing TKR are 50 to 80 years of age. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons a reduction of knee pain is experienced by more than 90% of TKR patients. Additionally, basic activities of daily living significantly improved.1 Preparation for your joint replacement will help ease the stress of major surgery. provides 3 Tips to help you prepare for your Total Knee Replacement Surgery.

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  5. Top 5 Wound Care Products

    Top 5 Wound Care Products

    Wound care is rather a complex topic especially for the aging population.    Wounds can be caused by diseases that cause skin integrity issues or from accidents resulting in injury.  In our aging population, chronic ulcers are a frequent concern related to diseases such as diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, and limited mobility.   If you are suffering from a wound, or caring for an individual with a wound, you should always consult a medical specialist for the best treatment options and procedures.   Healing of ulcers takes time and proper supplies.    While complete wound healing is the ultimate goal, maintaining a palliative effect for a chronic wound may be acceptable.1 customers looking for wound care supplies seek products that are:

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  6. Diabetes And The Holidays: A Healthy Plan

    Diabetes is a highly manageable condition that affects more than 8 percent of the U.S. population -- some 25.8 million Americans. And because it is so common and manageable, we often forget that those who suffer from it must be vigilant in their behavior. That extends to the holidays.

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  7. PU foams for woundcare introduced at Compamed

    One of the interesting products introduced at Compamed 2012 held last week in Düsseldorf, Germany was aliphatic polyurethane foam for wound management from Bayer MaterialScience.

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  8. Wound Center Uses Maggots in Healing Process

    The Wound Center at Casa Grande Regional Medical Center offers multiple therapies.

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  9. Wound Care Products for Pressure Sores and Diabetic Ulcers

    Wound Care Products for Pressure Sores and Diabetic Ulcers

    Mepilex Border Self-Adherent Absorbent Foam Dressing If you have a bedsore, diabetic ulcer or other dermal ulcer, or you are caring for someone who does, it is critical that you are receiving assistance or advice from a medical specialist.  Treating pressure sores (bedsores) and dermal ulcers can be challenging as these wounds heal slowly and must be attended to carefully.  Treatment plans includes everything from pressure reduction to wound cleaning/debridement, wound dressings, hydrotherapy, antibiotics, dietary supplements and muscle spasm relief.  Even with the best of care, sometimes surgery is required.

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