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Understanding Chronic Wounds

Understanding Chronic Wounds

Understanding Chronic Wounds

Georgina Casey
Georgina Casey
on behalf of CPD4nurses

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Launch date: 02 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 30 Sep 2019

Reference: 191553

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Ms JOSEPHINE KIBOORI BSc (30 Sep 2019)
I am working in an hospital that has chronic wound care program, It was interesting to get other interesting inputs for the chronic wounds.
(26 Sep 2019)
The course covered most of the bases to think about in wound care. it is worth the read.
Mrs Aliya Khan (10 Nov 2018)
This can be a good and easy to study course but lack of figures to demonstrate the processes has made it so hard to follow.
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Description

Chronic wounds are an increasing burden on the health budget. An ageing population, growing rates of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and increasingly sophisticated wound therapies are creating a surge in healthcare costs. While evidence-based practice improves wound care, nurses must navigate the tensions between experience, evidence, expediency and individual patient circumstances. Research into wound healing and failure-to-heal is revealing increasingly complex processes that are affected by both systemic and wound-based factors. It is no longer sufficient to focus exclusively on the physical appearance of the wound itself, without accounting for these other factors. Excitingly, there is a growing body of research investigating the differences between adult and fetal healing. Wounds occurring in utero are healed by regeneration, a phenomenon that also occurs in some animals. Adults heal by fibrosis, generating non-functional scars. The future may provide treatments that allow regeneration of injured tissues leading to restored function.

Objectives

Describe the stages of wound healing and key events within these.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe the stages of wound healing and key events within these.
Outline key molecules involved in healing.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to outline key molecules involved in healing.
Describe factors that influence healing.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe factors that influence healing.
Outline the management of bacteria in the wound bed.
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to outline the management of bacteria in the wound bed.
Georgina Casey

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Georgina Casey
on behalf of CPD4nurses

CPD4nurses assists nurses in meeting their professional development requirements by providing affordable, convenient and professionally written learning activities. We offer straightforward and insightful activities on topics that support fundamental practice.

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Ms JOSEPHINE KIBOORI BSc (30 Sep 2019)
I am working in an hospital that has chronic wound care program, It was interesting to get other interesting inputs for the chronic wounds.
(26 Sep 2019)
The course covered most of the bases to think about in wound care. it is worth the read.
Mrs Aliya Khan (10 Nov 2018)
This can be a good and easy to study course but lack of figures to demonstrate the processes has made it so hard to follow. Need more work on this course

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