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Feb
28

Problem Wounds - "E" Edema

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Excerpted from Textbook of Chronic Wound Care: An Evidence-Based Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment, Chapter 3: Etiology of Wounds, page 65. 

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Oct
16

Job Opening in Delaware - Physician - Wound Care - Full-time

PHYSICIAN - WOUND CARE (FT)

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Sep
10

How Key Are Front Office Operations To The Wound Clinic Business?

Have you thought about the impact of the front office operations in the success, health, and growth of your wound care and hyperbaric medicine clinic?

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Jan
14

[Video] Debridement: Learn How, When, and Why

[Video] Debridement: Learn How, When, and Why

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Oct
30

FAQs: Diabetes and Wound Care 21-Day Challenge

FAQs: Diabetes and Wound Care 21-Day Challenge

Today is a special blog post, not our normal format. That said, as you may know, we are co-hosting a 21-Day Diabetes and Wound Care Challenge with Best Publishing Company. Registration for the 21-Day Diabetes and Wound Care Challenge opened on Wednesday and it has been very well received! There is a lot of excitement and enthusiasm among our colleagues! Have you accepted the challenge?

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Oct
29

Question: How should I manage a patient that has a low pre-Hyperbaric treatment blood sugar?

Question: How should I manage a patient that has a low pre-Hyperbaric treatment blood sugar?
21DAYDWCC

Ideally, an HBO program should have a detailed policy for the diabetic patient and the immediate steps that one should take to elevate the patient’s blood sugar. However, for the patient who has a recurring problem with blood sugars that are less than the recommended pretreatment level, there are several options. One option is to contact the managing physician and explain the need for relaxed glycemic control while receiving hyperbaric therapy.

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May
15

Question: I am currently a DMT and would like to take the course(s) necessary for the CHT certification. Which courses will lead me in that direction?

Question: I am currently a DMT and would like to take the course(s) necessary for the CHT certification. Which courses will lead me in that direction?

We recently recieved this question from a prospective student. If you find yourself asking this same question, read on to learn the course of action we recommend.

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Feb
04

Cardiac Surgery and Hyperbarics

Cardiac Surgery and Hyperbarics
Hyperbaric-Surgery
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Question. What sparked the dawn of the modern hyperbaric era?

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Jan
28

Wound Dressing Selection

Wound Dressing Selection
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Question: Patients present to the wound care practitioner in a myriad of ways, how does the practitioner decide how to manage the wound?

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Eric vanBok
Excellent information! Keep it coming
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 16:20
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Jan
22

Winter Weather: A Barrier to Treatment

Winter Weather: A Barrier to Treatment

Question: Many hyperbaric oxygen therapy patients have had difficulty this winter getting to their scheduled treatments due to inclement weather. What recommendations do you have for helping keep patients' treatment schedules on track when the weather is a barrier to treatment?

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