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LINK Webinar – Recorded Webinar

Clinical Challenges and solutions in Palliative Wound Management

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Clinical Challenges and solutions in Palliative Wound Management

Type
Recorded Webinar
Topics
Chronic Wounds, Complex Wounds, Cost Effectiveness, Debridement, Exudate Management, Exuding Wounds, Health Economics, Hydro-responsive Wound Dressing, Moderate to High Exudate, NPWT, Pain Reduction, Pain, Patient Quality of Life, Silicone Border, Superabsorbent Polymer Dressings, Superabsorbent Wound Dressings, Wound Care, Wound Dressing, Zetuvit Plus, Zetuvit Plus Silicone
Language
EN
Publication Year
2023
Duration
1 hour 15 minutes
Session Chair
Dr John David Thomas; Prof Sebastian Probst; Prof Georgina Gethin

Summary

Palliative wound care is defined as the integration of strategies relating to the prioritization of symptom relief and improvement of a patient’s quality of life . Palliative wound care refers to the maintenance of skin integrity and the management of symptoms such as odors, exudates, pain, bleeding, and infections.

Watch this on-demand webinar to better understand the clinical challenges and the proposed therapeutic solutions to improve the quality of life of the patients with palliative wounds.


Agenda

Prof Georgina Gethin

Professor of Nursing, Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Galway. Galway, Ireland

Defining the concept of Palliative Wound Care

Dr John David Thomas

CEO/Medical Director for Solution Medical Group, Humble TX, United States

Understanding the Daily Challenges in practice in the Management of Palliative wound care

Prof Sebastian Probst

Immediate past president EWMA. Full professor of Tissue Viability and Wound Care at the school of health and sciences. Geneva, Switzerland

To understand the Quality of Life of the palliative wound patient and what therapeutic soloutions are available

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