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23rd November 2015

Wound Measurement Techniques: Comparing the Use of Ruler Method, 2D Imaging and 3D Scanner

Abstract The statistics on the growing number of non-healing wounds is alarming. In the United States, chronic wounds affect 6.5 million patients. An estimated US $25 billion is spent annually on treatment of chronic wounds and the burden is rapidly read more ->

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3rd April 2015

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: Difference between Efficacy and Effectiveness

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for diabetic wounds. Liu showed meta-analysis of 13 trials including 7 prospective randomized trials of 624 patients showing effectiveness. Liu R, Li L, Yang M, Boden, Yang G. Systematic review of the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygen in read more ->

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18th January 2015

Validation of Commercially Available Infrared Thermometers for Measuring Skin Surface Temperature Associated with Deep and Surrounding Wound Infection

Can we use commercially available less expensive infrared thermometers to measure skin surface temperature associated with deep and surrounding wound infection?. Validation of Commercially Available Infrared Thermometers for Measuring Skin Surface Temperature Associated with Deep and Surrounding Wound Infection Mufti, read more ->

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12th October 2014

Detect hypoxia in wounds by putting “smart” bandage on the wound

see-through, ‘smart’ bandage that glows to indicate a wound’s tissue oxygenation concentration; Awesome discovery http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/10/141001102642.htm

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27th January 2014

AAPI Global Healthcare Summit 2014

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11th May 2013

Almost half of all patients with PAD dying within year of Major LE amputation

High mortality risks after major lower extremity amputation in Medicare patients with peripheral artery disease. Jones WS, Patel MR, Dai D, Vemulapalli S, Subherwal S, Stafford J, Peterson ED. Source Duke Clinical Research Institute, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC; Division of Cardiology, Duke University Medical read more ->

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14th April 2013

New app Wounddoctor released on I phone and I pad

WoundDoctor is the perfect tool for nurses, physical therapists and doctors providing wound care. This comprehensive, all-inclusive Wound Care resource app includes an Algorithm for Wound Management Clinical Guidelines in a drill-down table format, Search interface to find Diagnosis, Glossary, read more ->

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