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Volume 3 Issue 5 - September/October 2009

Thursday October 15, 2009
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I. Background The subject of this article is surgical wound debridement performed by physicians. Surgical debridement is an important component of chronic wound treatment, and has been described by one author (... continue reading
Thursday October 15, 2009
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*Disclaimer: “This article is intended to be a general summary of certain aspects of law and policy and does not constitute legal advice. Readers should consult with competent counsel to determine applicable legal... continue reading
Thursday October 15, 2009
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Our readers may remember fondly (or perhaps not so fondly) the days when there were frequent requests from all forms of DME suppliers, home health agencies, infusion providers, and product manufacturers to visit... continue reading
Tuesday November 17, 2009
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Trisha Carlson, MSN, MBA-HCM, RN, CWCN, DAPWCA Chronic wound management requires frequent assessment of the wounds’ needs to evolve the plan of care and reach complete wound closure in a timely manner. This is... continue reading
Thursday October 15, 2009
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  When it comes to the patients that we care for in our clinics, we do everything we can to be of service, and to make their road to healing as “painless” as possible, both literally and figuratively.   We want to... continue reading
Thursday October 15, 2009
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  As clinicians, we are in the business of solving problems. We make diagnoses, weigh the risks and benefits of various options, and initiate treatments. We take charge, and the whole concept of ‘evidence based... continue reading
Thursday October 15, 2009
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  A wise man once told me that no good deed goes unpunished. This ironic observation that a life of service is not without hardship, is a real, legal conundrum for physicians and hospital-based wound care... continue reading
Thursday October 15, 2009
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  In 1999 Tere Sigler, PT, CWS, CLT-LANA, established the Archbold Center for Wound Management at Archbold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, Georgia and is still the clinical director. This last year the center has... continue reading

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