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This advanced practice training course covers in detail the mechanisms of action of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and their relationship to each other to promote wound healing.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

This advanced practice training course helps participants understand how biofilm forms and interacts with chronic wounds. Special attention is placed on the treatment and debridement of wounds that contain biofilm. Read More

This advanced practice training course covers the physics of negative pressure with emphasis on its use in medical applications including ways in which NPWT systems have been modified to perfect fluid and pressure dynamics.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

This advanced practice training course reviews the observations and interventions that lead to effective wound bed preparation. Participants will gain a better understanding of the importance of wound bed preparation, ongoing patient assessment, and how to overcome barriers to healing.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

This training module describes wound healing remedies that were used in ancient times. Remedies like honey, silver, seaweed, placental tissue, maggot therapy, and suction were used for wound management in ancient times and are still used today.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

There are many challenges associated with patients requiring chest drainage. This 3 lesson course gives an introduction to the use of a digital chest drainage and monitoring system. It explains the risks associated with traditional drains, the key factors in implementing change in practice and ways to justify changing to a digital chest drainage system.   Presenter Ian Naldrett Associate Director of Nursing at North Middlesex University Hospital - Responsible for Surgery Anesthetics and Critical Care  (UK) Read More

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