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Synonyms for wound

marked tissue damage, especially when produced by physical injury

to cause physical damage to

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to inflict physical or mental injury or distress on

to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

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when it comes to wound care, the industry is running in two parallel directions.
However, I'd be more likely to use it on a stage IV than a stage III wound, and I wouldn't use it at all on stage I or II wounds.
more than 90 percent of survey respondents felt it was extremely or somewhat important to trust in the company that makes a wound care product they use.
At that point, even though we were one organization, we had three completely different wound care programs.
While providing seamless, state-of-the art, cost-effective wound care across the continuum seems like a "pie-in-the-sky" impossibility, in truth, it must quickly become a reality.
Wound Care Centers offer comprehensive wound treatment for patients who have nonhealing wounds resulting from conditions such as diabetes, poor circulation, and pressure ulcers due to immobility.
We're trying to continue the education process of moving from traditional gauze-based products to moist wound healing, which include the calcium alginates, hydrocolloids, hydrogels, etc.
Wound Care Centers take a team approach to treating chronic, nonhealing wounds.
Viamontes, MD, president and owner of Wound Clinics of America.
There are four points that should be incorporated into any wound healing system, to make it effective: 1) education, to make certain that everyone across the continuum is speaking the same language with respect to wound assessment, intervention and healing, 2) consistent care, through the use of a standardized system, 3) a consistent documentation system for outcomes of each stage, and 4) validation of clinical competency, meaning we shouldn't assume caregivers understand how to assess and treat wounds until we actually see them perform the required tasks.
4, 1996--For the first time, Board Certification is available for physicians, nurses, therapists and other healthcare professionals involved in wound care from the American Academy of Wound Management (AAWM), a national non-profit certifying board.
In the field of wound care management, however, the "if it's dry, it must be clean" adage has led to practices that not only delay wound healing but may actually cause reinjury with every dressing change.
Curative Health Services, a leading disease management company in chronic wound care, manages 130 Wound Care Centers(R), which offer comprehensive wound treatment for patients with chronic or nonhealing wounds.