Allow my assistant to demonstrate the ease with which they may be applied….so why don’t more people who treat venous patients know about this option?
When we evaluated 106,272 wounds, evidence of infection/bioburden was associated with a decreased likelihood of healing in all wound types.
I don’t have THE answer to the “complex but simple” things, but at least I have Super Mario.
The wound closed 11 weeks after OxyBand treatments began.
Either the majority of patients do not heal in a few weeks, or we are spending billions of dollars a year on advanced therapeutics that patients don’t need. Which is it? How can we tell?
I should issue a disclaimer that I’m not a rheumatologist and have no special expertise in connective tissue diseases. However, I do have some rules that have stood me in good stead when it comes to patients with mixed connective tissue disease and ischemia.
The NPUAP staging system was already a mess for a host of reasons, so it really could not be made much worse – but this IS worse.