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This training course will describe the indications and contraindications of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy along with the components of NPWT devices. Participants will gain a better understanding of the science behind NPWT to better support the rationale for use in clinical practice. Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

This 2-part course explains in simple terms the answers to the following questions: What are the advantages of regulated suction in a chest drainage system? How do analogue and digital chest drainage systems work? Read More

Vacuum therapy is essential in medicine. Surgical suction pumps are needed in many kind of surgeries. In clinical care it is relevant to understand terms like low vacuum source, airway suctioning or negative pressure therapy. But how does a vacuum system work? What is the difference between negative pressure and vacuum? What do the terms like suction and flow mean? In this video you find all these terms and the physical definition clearly explained and illustrated. Read More

This training course explains essential wound assessment and the T.I.M.E. acronym as it relates to wound healing. Other principles of wound management are discussed, including dressing selection, signs of infection, and wound terminology.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

This training course reviews the etiology of and how to manage the key causes of pressure injuries, diabetic ulcers and venous ulcers. Participants will also explore the basic principles of wound management.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Note: The National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) has changed its name to the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP). They say that the new name reflects the future direction of the organization and a reaffirming of our commitment to adopt the internationally preferred term, pressure injury, in place of pressure ulcer. Read More

This training will discuss the role of bacteria in wound care and the management of infection in wounds. Time will also be spent on the prevention of infection.   Activity approved for 1.0 Contact Hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Provider #13692 Read More

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