Posts Tagged ‘Lower Extremity Wounds’

Lower Extremity Ulcers and Angiosomes

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

What is an angiosome and how does it relate to wound healing? A grand prize-winning Wild On Wounds poster presenter discusses how angiosomes can help identify patients who need vascular intervention.

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Lower Extremity Wounds: The Basics (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

Monday, August 8th, 2011
Cindy Broadus

Lower Extremity Wounds: The Basics (Parts 1, 2 & 3) will be presented by Cindy Broadus RN, BSHA, LNHA, CLNC, CLNI, CHCRM, WCC, 3C Healthcare Consulting, LLC, WCEI Instructor at this year’s Wild on Wound’s National Conference in Las Vegas September 7-10,2011.

Lower extremity wounds can be hard to tell apart. In this 3-part session we will focus on venous, arterial, and neuropathic wounds. We’ll discuss the causative factors, pathophysiology, appearance and the principles of management. During this session, we will also discuss the different types of compression and selecting the appropriate compression therapy based on the lower extremity assessment.

For more information about the Wound Care Education Institute, please visit http://www.wcei.net.

Click Here To Register for the Wild on Wounds National Conference