Therapeutic Interventions for Complex, Chronic Wounds
A complex wound is an acute or chronic wound that does not respond to conventional dressings in an appropriate period and will likely require advanced treatment interventions from a multidisciplinary team. These hard-to-heal wounds have a negative impact on patients’ quality of life and are costly to patients and the health care system.
This useful guide to the treatment of complex, chronic wounds first discusses risk factors that predispose patients to the development of these wounds, as well as comorbidities and other conditions that complicate healing. The guide then describes the latest evidence-based advanced interventions for the treatment of complex, chronic wounds.
This white paper provides wound care professionals with up-to-date information on advanced wound care modalities.
This white paper discusses the following topics: