Management of Surgical Wounds

Posted on Mar 23, 2021 by Christine Kijek

Management of surgical wounds is an important part of post-operative recovery and health care professionals should monitor the process of wound healing. Learn More @ Shop Wound care

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Biofilm: Control, Prevent and Manage Biofilm Formation

Posted on Jul 27, 2021 by Shweta Chaubey

Management of biofilm is quickly becoming a major objective of wound care. However, as essential as it is to manage biofilm, treatment and management of biofilm is a complex process. Learn all about biofilms @Shop Wound Care

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Exudate Management: Understand Wound Healing Better

Posted on Jul 27, 2021 by Shweta Chaubey

Exudate is produced from the fluid that leaked out of blood vessels. It very much resembles the blood plasma

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Skin Care and Wound Healing: 5 Easy Tips

Posted on Jul 27, 2021 by HPFY Staff Writer

Scar formation is part and parcel of a human body's healing process. Scars are proof that the wound has healed naturally and the skin has repaired itself. Here are some tips for reducing the appearance of scars.

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Posted in Skin Care

Treatment of Wound Infection and Managing Wound Odor

Posted on Jul 27, 2021 by Shweta Chaubey

Wound care can be a tricky business sometimes. Treatment of wounds involves supervising the wound site thoroughly. The most common concern people have is the risk of local infections. Learn all About wound infection treatment @ Shop Wound Care.

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Posted in Wound Preps

5 Best Cast Covers for Shower [Top Selling Cast Covers]

Posted on Jun 17, 2022 by Sailaxmi Chennuru

Activities that you might have taken for granted, such as taking a shower, washing hair, or going for a swim, can become a hassle and have to be adjusted to accommodate the cast. Thankfully, a waterproof cast cover solves this problem by easily and ensure that you can go about your normal life and preserve the integrity of your cast.

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Posted in Dressing Protectors

Guide for Unna Boot Application

Posted on Jul 18, 2022 by HPFY Staff Writer

The Unna boot is a compression bandage made of an elastic compression dressing wrapped around a zinc oxide-impregnated gauze wrap placed from the toes to the knee. The boot takes less time to put on compared to an elastic support stocking. However, if used incorrectly, it may result in localized purpura, cyanosis, ulceration, or necrosis of the skin.

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Posted in Unna Boot Dressings

What is the Braden Scale Used For?

Posted on Jul 19, 2022 by HPFY Staff Writer

Bedridden patients, elderly dementia patients, individuals with spinal cord injuries, patients with loss of sensory perception due to diabetic neuropathy, and individuals with nutritional deficits are all at risk for developing pressure injuries if exposed to pressure, shear, friction, and moisture.

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Posted in Pressure Ulcers

How to Clean a Wound

Posted on Jul 20, 2022 by HPFY Staff Writer

Minor cuts and scrapes are a part of everyday life, especially for parents with young children. Knowing how to properly clean and disinfect a wound is fundamental to staying healthy. Here’s how to do it.

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Posted in Wound Cleansers

7 Best Burn Creams

Posted on Aug 10, 2022 by HPFY Staff Writer

It is common for the skin to get burn injuries due to exposure to various sources like steam, hot flames, harmful chemicals, or overexposure to the sun. Burns can be categorized into first, second, third, and fourth-degree burns. The classification of the burn may change over time.

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Posted in Burn Dressings

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