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Kim Saunders - Intensive Skin and Wound Care Course Day 1

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 Kim Saunders - Intensive Skin and Wound Care Course Day 1

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  • Core skin and wound assessment skills
  • Wound product categories: When to use, how to use, and when not to use
  • Topical therapy triage
  • Treatment skills per wound etiology

Wound care treatment in today’s healthcare environment is as challenging as ever. A wide variety of new treatment options, changing protocol guidelines and an ever-growing list of product choices can leave even those familiar with wound care questioning which path is best to follow. Attend this seminar and have those questions answered!

This course focuses on the essential skills required to provide state-of-the art care to wound care patients. Gain the tools necessary to overcome everyday frustrations and challenges associated with assessing and treating common wounds. Learn when and how to use wound care products and leave with clinical tips and strategies derived from evidence-based research and extensive clinical experience.

By attending this seminar you will gain a wealth of knowledge in proper wound care that goes beyond the skills you learned in school. Become a powerful part of the solution and a high-valued asset for your facility by attending and taking your wound care skills beyond basic to state-of-the-art!

OUTLINE

Wound Bed Terminology

  • Epithelization & Granulation
  • Slough & Eschar
  • Tunneling & Undermining
  • Proliferative & Non-Proliferative Wound Edges

Drainage Differentiation

  • Sanguineous & Sero-sanguineous
  • Serous & Purulent
  • Lymph & Fistula

Systemic Considerations

  • Aging
  • Nutrition
  • Steroids
  • Vascular

Wound Products Determination by Wound Question

  • Wet or Dry
  • Flat or Depth
  • Bacterial Concerns
  • Protect from Incontinence
  • Match Wound Etiology with Recommended Products

Core Assessment & Treatment per Etiology

  • Arterial & Venous UPDATED GUIDELINES
  • Pressure UPDATED GUIDELINES
  • Moisture-Associated
  • Shearing & Friction
  • Neuropathic
  • Surgical, Crush Injuries & Compartment Syndrome
  • Skin Tear UPDATED TREATMENT GUIDELINES
  • Microbial
  • Classification of Gluteal Cleft & Buttock Wounds

Wounds and Bacteria

  • ​Contamination, Colonization, Critical
  • Colonization, Biofilm, Infection
  • STONEES & NERDS
  • Culture Standards: Levine Swab, Tissue,
  • Aspiration, Bone

OBJECTIVES

Would you like to receive  Kim Saunders - Intensive Skin and Wound Care Course Day 1 ?

  1. Explain core assessment skills of the skin and wound.
  2. Describe wound presentation with appropriate wound product.
  3. Evaluate etiology of wound per location, clinical history, and wound characteristics.
  4. “STONEES & NERDS” – differentiate systemic vs. local wound infection.
  5. Describe the updated guidelines for skin tears.
  6. Evaluate etiology of wound per location, clinical history, and wound characteristics.

ADA Needs
We would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our Customer Service Department for more information at 1-800-844-8260.

 Satisfaction Guarantee
Your satisfaction is our goal and our guarantee. Concerns should be addressed to: PO Box 1000, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1000 or call 1-800-844-8260.

 Kim Saunders - Intensive Skin and Wound Care Course Day 1

/images/uploaded/1019/Kim Saunders - Intensive Skin and Wound Care Course Day 1.jpg

 

  • Core skin and wound assessment skills
  • Wound product categories: When to use, how to use, and when not to use
  • Topical therapy triage
  • Treatment skills per wound etiology

Wound care treatment in today’s healthcare environment is as challenging as ever. A wide variety of new treatment options, changing protocol guidelines and an ever-growing list of product choices can leave even those familiar with wound care questioning which path is best to follow. Attend this seminar and have those questions answered!

This course focuses on the essential skills required to provide state-of-the art care to wound care patients. Gain the tools necessary to overcome everyday frustrations and challenges associated with assessing and treating common wounds. Learn when and how to use wound care products and leave with clinical tips and strategies derived from evidence-based research and extensive clinical experience.

By attending this seminar you will gain a wealth of knowledge in proper wound care that goes beyond the skills you learned in school. Become a powerful part of the solution and a high-valued asset for your facility by attending and taking your wound care skills beyond basic to state-of-the-art!

OUTLINE

Wound Bed Terminology

  • Epithelization & Granulation
  • Slough & Eschar
  • Tunneling & Undermining
  • Proliferative & Non-Proliferative Wound Edges

Drainage Differentiation

  • Sanguineous & Sero-sanguineous
  • Serous & Purulent
  • Lymph & Fistula

Systemic Considerations

  • Aging
  • Nutrition
  • Steroids
  • Vascular

Wound Products Determination by Wound Question

  • Wet or Dry
  • Flat or Depth
  • Bacterial Concerns
  • Protect from Incontinence
  • Match Wound Etiology with Recommended Products

Core Assessment & Treatment per Etiology

  • Arterial & Venous UPDATED GUIDELINES
  • Pressure UPDATED GUIDELINES
  • Moisture-Associated
  • Shearing & Friction
  • Neuropathic
  • Surgical, Crush Injuries & Compartment Syndrome
  • Skin Tear UPDATED TREATMENT GUIDELINES
  • Microbial
  • Classification of Gluteal Cleft & Buttock Wounds

Wounds and Bacteria

  • ​Contamination, Colonization, Critical
  • Colonization, Biofilm, Infection
  • STONEES & NERDS
  • Culture Standards: Levine Swab, Tissue,
  • Aspiration, Bone

OBJECTIVES

Would you like to receive  Kim Saunders - Intensive Skin and Wound Care Course Day 1 ?

  1. Explain core assessment skills of the skin and wound.
  2. Describe wound presentation with appropriate wound product.
  3. Evaluate etiology of wound per location, clinical history, and wound characteristics.
  4. “STONEES & NERDS” – differentiate systemic vs. local wound infection.
  5. Describe the updated guidelines for skin tears.
  6. Evaluate etiology of wound per location, clinical history, and wound characteristics.

ADA Needs
We would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our Customer Service Department for more information at 1-800-844-8260.

 Satisfaction Guarantee
Your satisfaction is our goal and our guarantee. Concerns should be addressed to: PO Box 1000, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1000 or call 1-800-844-8260.