Wound Services Patient Education
Chronic wounds are wounds that haven’t improved significantly within a month, or have not healed entirely in two months. The best approach for handling chronic wounds is management by an interdisciplinary team consisting of health care professionals working together in a collaborative, supporting manner. This is the basis for Deaconess Wound Services.
People with chronic, non-healing wounds, often experience a marked reduction in quality of life. Understanding types of wounds and wound prevention is an important part of wound care. To help you understand chronic, non-healing wounds we offer information and resources to help.
Articles by our Doctors:
Deaconess Wound Services - a Physician’s Perspective By Brandt Dodson, DPM
Advances in Wound Care By Brandt Dodson, DPM
Preventing Pressure Ulcers
Turning Patient in Bed to Prevent Bed Sores
Peripheral Artery Disease
Wound Treatment and Nutrition
Collagen Vascular Disease
Diabetes - Taking Care of Your Feet
Multilayer Compression Wraps
Wound Dressing Change - Cellerate
Wound Dressing Change - Promogran