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Jeannie Randles RN Grad cert wound care PG Cert & PG Dip Primary Health
Patient outcomes Wound outcomes Cleansing Products On going assessment documentation
Work in partnership Expectations General health Palliative wound care Curative wound care
To heal palliative To treat infection To reduce exudates To protect Remove Escher To create wound healing environment To control odour To control pain
Devitalised tissue Slough Escher Dry/wet Granulation Epithelial islands Bacterial burden
Moisture balance Too wet? (macerated) Too dry? (desiccated) Moist healing required?
What is happening at the margins Rolled Epethelialising Granulating Punched out undermining
Consider why cleansing is required How to cleanse i.e. aseptic or clean Products used to cleanse Temperature of cleansing fluid Environment patient is in
Think about goal Debriding Protection Pressure Pressure relief Moisture control Bacterial control
Example above is allevyn non adhesive Variety of dressings available for use with low to heavily exudating wounds Available with antimicrobial additives Check absorption of dressing
Inadine Iodosorb AG dressings Honey Polyhexamethylene biguanide
Used to protect Waterproof Avoid multiple layers Used to secure primary dressings Monitor for folliculitis Damaged skin easy to monitor
Vertical wicking Moderate to heavy exudating wounds Protects periwound Available added to waterproof backings Available as antimicrobial
Seaweed dressing Haemostatic Available in sheets or ropes Available with antimicrobial addition Moderate to heavy exudating wounds Horizontal wicking properties
Occlusive dressing creating bacterial and viral barrier Maintains moisture preventing desiccation Patient can shower Pain reduction due to moist environment
Comfort Absorption Compression Cosmetic appearance Compliance Hygiene
Compression Pressure relief Medication Psychological support Education Financial support
73 year old female Congestive heart failure COPD Diabetic Venous hypertension Ulcer present 6 weeks Now necrotic
63 year old male Dementia Smoker 10/day Dietary intake poor #patella after fall Developed pressure ulcer to heal whilst in hospital
34 year old female Depression Lichen planus (inflammatory condition) Oedema to lower limb
Think about goal of care Tissue Infection or inflammation Moisture control Edges or epithelialisation Document
Hard-to-heal wounds: a holistic approach (May 2008) Hard-to-heal wounds: a holistic approach (May 2008) Topical negative pressure in wound management (May 2007) Topical negative pressure in wound management (May 2007) Management of wound infection (spring 2006) Management of wound infection (spring 2006) Identifying criteria for wound infection (fall 2005) Identifying criteria for wound infection (fall 2005) Focus Document: Lymphoedema bandaging in practice (fall 2005) Focus Document: Lymphoedema bandaging in practice (fall 2005) Wound bed preparation in practice (spring 2004) Wound bed preparation in practice (spring 2004) Understanding compression therapy (spring 2003) Understanding compression therapy (spring 2003) Pain at wound dressing changes (spring 2002) Pain at wound dressing changes (spring 2002)
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