Nutrition or Suction, Placenta To Cadaver: Novel Solutions to Heal Challenging Wounds, Even in Resource-Limited ICUs
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Integument, Worldwide Data, 2022
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With the increased acuity and aging of the critical care population and the multiple comorbidities associated with specialty conditions, the incidence of catastrophic wounds has significantly increased. Many of these wounds may be preventable and managed earlier. This session will highlight the unique situations in which these wounds develop—whether they are caused by pressure ulcers, unique infectious diseases, pharmaceutical reactions, or oncologic conditions—how critical care professionals can identify their causes, and ways to identify and manage them to successful outcomes.
Meta Tag
Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Integument
Knowledge Area Worldwide Data
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Wound Healing
Tag Infection
Tag Epidemiology Outcomes
Year 2022
novel solutions
healing wounds
resource-limited ICUs
standardized wound care
dressing categories
medical leeches


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