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Editorial Correspondence

Today's Wound Clinic
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May 2016

Volume 10 Issue 5
Maryland Wound Healing Center Appoints New Medical Director Adam M. Myers, DPM, has been named the new medical director at Union Hospital Wound Healing Center (Elkton, MD).  Dr. Myers, a board-certified podiatrist specializing in wound care,…
Integra to Launch DFU Matrix Integra LifeSciences (Plainsboro, NJ), a global medical technology company, has announced the prepared launch of its Omnigraft™ Dermal Regeneration Matrix slated for June, pending receipt of final U.S. Food and Drug…
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 the accuracy of the information. However, HMP Communications and the authors do not represent, guarantee, or warranty…
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM |
He was one of those patients who reminds you of why we’ve dedicated our careers to wound care. Kevin was from the beautiful, historic city of Natchitoches, LA. It was seven years ago when his good friends had driven him nearly five hours to Houston…
Skuli Magnusson, BSc; Christopher Winters, DPM; Baldur Tumi Baldursson, PhD, MD; Hilmar Kjartansson, MD; Ottar Rolfsson, PhD; Gudmundur Fertram Sigurjonsson, MSc |
Kathryn B. Brown, PharmD, & Daniel B. Chastain, PharmD, AAHIVP |
Infection risks among children are common based on age and exposure. Optimal care of skin and soft tissue infection requires recognition of different variants as well as prompt re-evaluation. 
Claire Sanger, DO, & Brinda Thimmappa, MD, MBA |
Due to the prevalence of and challenges associated with caring for young patients requiring burn treatment, wound care clinicians must adhere to particular care standards.
Margie Rodriguez, MSN, RN, WCC |
Caring for the medically fragile is complex. This article provides an overview on treatment strategies to consider for young patients living with wounds and special needs.
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