A Guide to Pain Control

Don’t Put Up With Wound Pain A wound can often be painful. Doctors who work in wound care can help prevent or relieve the pain that may come from a problem wound. Wound Pain Management: What Are the Options? There are several things to consider in helping to prevent and control pain. Some methods involve…

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Charcot Joint Disease

What is Charcot Joint Disease? Charcot Joint Disease is the abnormal changing of the bones of the feet. The disease was first talked about in the late 1800s by a French physician, Dr. J.M. Charcot. People who had no feeling in their feet were known to have changes in their foot bones. Diabetics were more…

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Skin Care and Wound Healing

Skin Care Do’s and Don’ts Do’s Check your skin daily for dryness, cracks, sores, bruises, reddened areas, and blisters. Have someone help you or check for you if you are unable to do it yourself. Treat the skin gently without stretching, tugging or pulling on it unnecessarily. Cleanse the skin with a mild, pH-balanced product….

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Wound Debridement

What is Wound Debridement? Wound debridement is the process of removing dead tissue from wounds. The dead tissue may be black, gray, yellow, tan, or white. Foreign material may also be on the wound. It may need to be removed. Your wound care doctor will let you know if dead tissue needs to be removed…

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Safety

Patient Safety Tips Patient safety tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe. Washing Your Hands Washing your hands is very important. It can help infection from spreading: At home At work At school In public Wash your hands before: Cleaning your wound and putting on your clean dressing Making food Eating Wash…

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