When we evaluated 106,272 wounds, evidence of infection/bioburden was associated with a decreased likelihood of healing in all wound types.
The wound closed 11 weeks after OxyBand treatments began.
How long do you think anyone can continue to practice wound care if quality is going to be determined by the performance of others, and wound care practitioners are held responsible for the cost of all the patient’s underlying medical conditions?
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?
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There’s lies, damn lies… and healing rates.
Apparently “process” is still a dirty word.