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Editorial Correspondence

Today's Wound Clinic
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November 2020

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Volume 14 Issue 11
Peggy Dotson, RN, BS
The FDA has been presented the robust evidence to support 6 new primary wound care endpoints in clinical trials for approvals of new devices and drugs. This author details the new proposed endpoints…
Richard E. Maddy, PhD
A lot more needs to be told about Dr. Maddy’s story. It’s an indictment of much about modern medicine. I cried in front of him when I did his consultation and that is rare for me. He had the livedoid…
Kathleen D. Schaum, MS
Information regarding coding, coverage, and payment is provided as a service to our readers. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. However, HMP and the author do not represent, guarantee, or…
Survam Patel, PharmD
Chronic wound pain and procedural pain issues are well studied and documented, but novel, affordable procedural pain management options are lacking. This author discusses emerging wound-related pain…
Windy Cole, DPM, CWSP; and Asad Sohail, DPM
Amniotic tissue grafts continue to show potential in the wound clinic for healing recalcitrant wounds. Offering a case study, these authors explore how an innovative amniotic tissue graft…
Stefano Armando Biasi, BSc (cand); Vincent Maida, MD, MSc, BSc, CCFP (PC), FRCP (cand)
Are cannabis-based treatments effective for pain in wound care patients? These authors explore the research, scientific basis, advantages, as well as routes of administration, of cannabis-based…
Kathleen Prestifilippo, RN, BSN, WCC; Emily Webb, RN, BSN, WCC; Fred Mullins, MD; Shawn Fagan, MD; Zaheed Hassan, MD; Bounthavy Homsombath, MD; Beretta Craft-Coffman, PA-C; Cynthia Currington, RN, BSN; Meganjoy Whelan; and Joan Wilson, MSN, MHA, RN
Facing burnout, a lack of autonomy, inadequate facilities and other issues, nurses frequently leave their wound care facilities. Using a peer interview process for hiring helped these authors forge a…
Caralin Schneider, BA; Scott Stratman, BS; Daniel Federman, MD; and Hadar Lev-Tov, MD, MAS
When patients present with chronic pain, it is crucial for wound clinicians to use a multifaceted approach to pain management. These authors address pain management techniques that include opioids,…
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