Our 2019 Edition of WoundSource is now available.
WoundSource is an annual reference that provides wound care professionals and other involved health care professionals with clinically reviewed product information to help them research, compare and source wound care products for their patients and facilities.
Clinically-reviewed, fully cross-referenced and organized for easy access to product and manufacturer information, make WoundSource a part of your facility’s purchasing resources today.
ORDER TODAY AND RECEIVE THE BONUSES NOTED BELOW
WoundSource contains over 200 company listings and 1700 product listings, complete with descriptions, reimbursement codes, packaging, sizing, comparative features, references and other relevant product details.
Here is What’s Inside Our 2019 Edition
Order Today and Get These Valuable Bonuses
Along with your edition of WoundSource 2019, order today and you will be emailed these digital bonuses everyone should have in their practice.
DIGITAL BONUS 1 - Types of Wound Dressings - Features, Indications and Contradictions
This guide is an overview of currently available wound dressings by category. Each dressing type includes useful and clearly presented information on general features and attributes, indications, and contraindications.
The following topics are discussed:
- Considerations in dressing selection
- A brief description of the composition and applications for the different wound dressing categories
- An overview of the indications, contraindications and warnings of each wound dressing category covered
Health care professionals who care for patients with acute and chronic wounds will find this guide to be a helpful resource for navigating the wide array of dressing types available and choosing the best dressing for each specific wound and patient.
DIGITAL BONUS 2 - Understanding the Braden Scale: Building Blocks for Pressure Injury
The Braden Scale for Predicting Pressure Sore Risk® (Braden Scale) is an evidenced-based tool that predicts the risk for developing a facility-acquired pressure ulcer/injury.
Health care professionals will welcome this authoritative resource on the Braden Scale as an aid in assessing the risk of pressure ulcers/injuries with the objective of preventing these injuries in their vulnerable patients.
This bonus guide discusses the following topics:
• Braden Scale overview
• Use of the Braden Scale in long-term care
• Sensory perception scoring
• Moisture scoring
• Nutrition scoring
• Activity and mobility scoring
• Distinction between friction and shear
• Friction and shear scoring
DIGITAL BONUS 3 - Five Principles of Wound Healing Guide
Wound care professionals will appreciate this concise guide to wound healing as it relates to factors affecting the choice of dressings for different wound types and healing phases.
This handy guide to wound healing answers the following questions:
• Is the wound healing?
• Is there an optimal amount of moisture, and is there an odor?
• What is the condition of the periwound skin?
• Is the tissue necrotic, senescent, or viable?
• Is there depth or dead space?
DIGITAL BONUS 4 - Online Access to our Digital Edition
Everything inside our printed version will also be available inside our Digital Edition, so you can have access to WoundSource where ever you are.
Order today and we’ll include access to our Digital Edition access with your order.
A Trusted Resource for Wound Care Professionals Around the World
I have often contacted the company directly using the information provided in the sourcebook--namely for those new products or smaller companies that you might not know about otherwise.
Vendors and MD office staff like the HCPCS codes I can give them. Really makes me look good! …Once in a patient’s home, the normal saline bottle tipped over, falling off the table and went all over my bag of supplies. My first thought was to get my WoundSource copy and papers out of the bag. We had to dry it in the microwave.
The WoundSource had proven to be valuable for locating hard to find products and as a reference when we're not sure which dressing we want to use. In those cases, by perusing the book we are often able to identify an appropriate dressing once we see it on the page, whereas we may not have been able to come up with it without such a reference. I hope the WoundSource will continue to be available for a long time to come.