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Volume 4 Issue 10 - October 2010

Tuesday August 24, 2010
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Disclaimer: Information regarding coding, coverage, and payment is provided as a service to our readers. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information. However, HMP Communications and the... continue reading
Monday October 18, 2010
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Compression therapy has been used to treat a number of conditions ranging from tired, aching legs to varicose veins, chronic venous disease, and deep venous thrombosis (DVT). It has recently gained media attention... continue reading
Monday October 18, 2010
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  “If you don’t have a wound then I can’t help you. I run a wound center.” I actually said this to a woman who called my office about 13 years ago seeking help with her post-mastectomy upper extremity lymphedema.... continue reading
Monday October 18, 2010
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  The hallmark for virtually all protocols of care for venous stasis ulcers is limb compression in one form or another.1 Compression therapy decreases capillary filtration, reduces venous reflux, and attempts to... continue reading
Monday October 18, 2010
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Today’s Wound Clinic interviewed Monica Gutierrez, Vice President Marketing and Customer Service; at Sechrist Industries, Inc. for the past three years, in this Q&A style interview.   Today’s Wound Clinic (TWC... continue reading
Monday October 18, 2010
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AOTI Website: wwww.aotinc.net Contact: (760) 431-4700; info@aotinc.net Location: Carlsbad, CA Founded: 2005 Product Lines: Hyperbox Topical Wound Oxygen System Featured Product Description:AOTI is a global... continue reading