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Eat Well, Heal Well

POSTED ON September 4, 2017  - POSTED IN wound care

eat well, heal well

Simple proteins can help the body to heal well.

In the acute stages of wound care, it is essential to first clean and dress the wound. Using antibacterial spray can also help keep the wound from infection. After initially caring for the wound, patients may find it helpful to consider the healing process to continue from the inside out. That’s right: What goes into the body in terms of food, fuel and nutrition can impact the rate of wound healing. In other words, it might be time for patients to look more closely at their diets.

The Wound Care Universe- Three Parts, One Goal

POSTED ON September 1, 2017  - POSTED IN wound care

The wound care universe

Technology is driving advancement in all areas of the wound care industry.

Like the rest of the medical industry, the wound care market is advancing on all fronts. Technology is driving the industry to new treatments in healing wounds and new insights. In fact, the advanced wound care market is predicted to reach more than $22 billion by 2024, according to Data Bridge Market Research. This figure would be an increase from 2016’s approximately $11 billion.

Comparing Two Major Tools for Wound Assessment and Healing

POSTED ON August 30, 2017  - POSTED IN Wound healing

It is vital that clinicians have a standardized method of wound measurement. Two major procedures for wound assessment are the PUSH and BWAT tools.

Two major procedures for wound assessment are the PUSH and BWAT tools.

Clinicians, when tracking the recovery of healing wounds, must have a standard procedure for recording a wound’s progress throughout the various healing stages. The “tools” discussed in this article are consistent ways of tracking a wound’s status; The quantifiable nature of these tools allows for reliable communication between doctors, patients and other healthcare professionals. Keeping everyone on the same page in the assessment of healing wounds is important for uniformity and patient compliance. Therefore, as emphasized by the Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, it is vital that healthcare teams have astandardized method of wound measurement.

Healthy Snacks for Diabetics

POSTED ON August 28, 2017  - POSTED IN diabetic wound care

For those with diabetes, keeping blood sugar levels at bay through a well-balanced diet is paramount to maintaining wellness

Choosing the correct snacks can help diabetics remain healthy and avoid any further health complications.

For those with diabetes, keeping blood sugar levels at bay through a well-balanced diet is paramount to maintaining wellness and preventing further health complications. When blood sugar levels are increased due to excess fat and calories in one’s diet, it can lead to serious conditions like hyperglycemia, heart disease, venostatis and nerve damage resulting in things such as diabetic ulcers.

The Royal Jelly of Bees Contains the Latest Breakthrough in Wound Care

POSTED ON August 25, 2017  - POSTED IN wound care

According to new research, a secretion produced by bees has antiseptic properties that could contribute to wound healing

A secretion produced by bees has antiseptic properties that could contribute to wound healing

Over the past several years, the increasing death rate of bees has become a topic of concern for ecologists everywhere. As mortality rates escalate, people have begun to realize the important role that bee pollination plays in our ecosystem (even turning the distress into a popular meme). Now there is another reason to appreciate the hard work of honeybees. According to new research, a secretion produced by bees has antiseptic properties that could contribute to wound healing.

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