Posts about Wound Care
What Is a Wound Care Nurse?
Wound care nurses provide a range of healthcare services to patients dealing with chronic and acute wounds, making wound care nursing an in-demand profession
Tips for Successful Wound Care Documentation
Accurate wound documentation improves patient care and protects your team from liability. Learn more about wound care documentation, including examples and best practices.
Why You Should Invest in Closing Your Wound Care Liability Gaps
When it comes to pressure injuries, diabetic wounds, and venous wounds, investing in expertise up front can help you avoid spending time and money on legal proceedings after the fact when wounds go wrong.
Top 5 Myths About Wound Care
Chronic wounds affect over 6.5 million individuals in the United States, but there are many misconceptions and myths about treating and identifying these wounds that prevent clinicians from providing the best possible care.
Power to Heal: Best Practices in Pressure Injury Prevention and Wound Care
These best practices can help all staff work together to prevent pressure wounds and identify contributory problems and appropriate treatments as early as possible.
Pressure Injury/Pressure Ulcer: Learn the TNT Acronym
Pressure injuries in the U.S. are common and costly, affecting an estimated three million people per year and generating expenses of close to $11 billion.
7 Steps to Prevent Pressure Sores
There is more to preventing pressure sores than just re-positioning. Learn how senior caregivers can work to reduce pressure sores with these 7 steps.
New Guidelines Aim to Reduce Prevalence of Bed Sores
Pressure sores, or more commonly known as bed sores, pressure ulcers, or decubitus ulcers, are among the top priorities of, ....
Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention of CRE: The Newest Superbug in Healthcare Settings
The newest superbug plaguing nursing homes is carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE). Nurses need to know how to recognize the symptoms.
Regular Foot Care for Seniors: More Important Than You Think
Many seniors suffer with recurring foot pain; however, caregivers can help alleviate their patients’ discomfort.