How to Advance Complex Wounds Toward Healing
Complex wounds are acute or, more commonly, chronic wounds that are difficult to heal and cannot be closed using simple dressings. Common complex wounds include pressure injuries, diabetic foot and venous ulcers, infected wounds, wounds associated with vasculitis and immunosuppressive therapy, and large burn wounds.
This Practice Accelerator white paper is an excellent guide to the management of complex wounds through the healing trajectory. This white paper also addresses the need to treat the many comorbidities that predispose these patients to delayed wound healing.
Wound care professionals will appreciate the guide’s evidence-based information and protocols, which can optimize clinical outcomes in patients with complex wounds.
This white paper discusses the following topics: