Apparently “process” is still a dirty word.
I thought I’d let you guys explain the mechanism of ischemic rubor to me!
Remembering a very successful man who thought his family was his biggest accomplishment.
We could figure out whether bleeding is an issue using US Wound Registry data, but it’s a “real world” problem and I don’t see anyone really wanting to know the answer to this, or whether there’s an association between slower healing and any of these medications.
Earlier this week I was showing a patient that, while his wound might look like it was still open, in fact, most of it was covered with skin.
Can’t we agree that there are some processes that MATTER and make really good targets for quality measures? Why is that so freaking hard?
Here’s to a safe and humor-filled Thanksgiving!