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Clinical Wound Management

"Comprehensive review of the management of patients with open wounds, including pathophysiology, evaluation methods and treatment options"

Clinical Wound Management

Clinical Wound Management
Editor: Prem P. Gogia

Publisher: Slack, Inc.; 1st edition (1995); 244 pages

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Clinical Wound Management book provides a comprehensive review of the management of patients with open wounds, including pathophysiology, evaluation methods, treatment options, and provides a systematic approach to carrying out wound assessment as well as appropriate treatment.

Clinical Wound Management includes information on treatment of pressure and leg ulcers, nutrition, pharmacology, dressings, total contact casting, and a variety of modalities including electrical stimulation, ultrasound, oxygen therapy, and low-energy laser.

Special Features of Clinical Wound Management

*  Chapters include a general introduction, literature review, and treatment procedures followed by numerous and excellent up-to-date references.
*  Contributors to this text are varied in professional education and clinical experience and provide expert information in each of their fields.
*  A handy resource for clinicians to evaluate their current treatment programs and to guide changes that may improve patient outcomes.
*  A valuable reference for any member of the multidisciplinary team involved with the effective management of wounds.

Table of Contents for Clinical Wound Management:

1. Physiology of Wound Healing - Prem P. Gogia, PhD, PT
2. Wound Evaluation - Robin Ryan Marquez, MS, PT

3. General Principles of Wound Management - Lia van Rijswijk, RN, ET
4. Topical Medications and Pharmacological Agents in Wound Healing - Laura L. Bolton
5. Nutritional Considerations in Wound Management - Saroj M. Bahl, PhD, RD, LD
6. Pressure Ulcers - Diane Krasner, MS, RN, CETN, and Jan Cuzzell, MA, RN
7. Ulcers of the Lower Extremities - Gil Micheletti, MD
8. Wound Debridement and Hydrotherapy - Robin Ryan Marquez, MS, PT
9. Wound Dressings - Jan Cuzzell, MA, RN, and Diane Krasner, MS, RN, CETN
10. Total Contact Casting for Wound Management - David R. Sinacore, Michael J. Mueller
11. Low-Energy Laser in Wound Management - P. Gogia, PhD, PT
12. Electrical Stimulation for Wound Management - Marybeth Brown, PhD, PT
13. Oxygen Therapy for Wound Management - Prem P. Gogia, PhD, PT
14. Ultrasound for Wound Management - Mary Dyson, PhD, CBiol, MIBiol
15. Review of Surgical Procedures for Wound Management - David J. Wainwright
16. Conducting Clinical Research - Lia van Rijswijk, RN, ET, and Mary Matwhich, RN, CCRN

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