Stimulating Granulation Tissue in Wounds with Instillation: A Guide to Wound Bed Preparation– Describe the role of wound bed preparation to facilitate normal endogenous processes of healing and enhance the effects of advanced therapies in the management of wounds.
Describe the role of debridement in the wound bed preparation cycle and determine the most effective method based on the status of the wound.
Evaluate the effectiveness of negative-pressure wound therapy in promoting granulation tissue in chronic wounds.
Review the role of wound cleansing in wound bed preparation and compare and contrast cleansing techniques and solutions.
Review clinical evidence supporting the use of instillation therapy in managing a variety of wound types.
1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses
This course also offers Free CME for Physicians, Podiatrists, and Pharmacists