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Diabetic Foot Ulcer Case Studies: Not All DFU’s are the Same

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Diabetic Foot Wounds

Diabetic Foot Ulcer Case Studie: Not All DFU’s are the same will be presented by Jeffrey Jensen DPM, FACFAS, Dean of Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine at this year’s Wild On Wounds National Conference in Las Vegas, September 7-10, 2011

Diagnosis and treatment of diabetic foot ulcerations goes far beyond which dressing to use at a particular time. In this session we will discuss time tested diagnostic approaches, treatment guidelines, and the latest in technologies to assist in healing this difficult patient population.

This dove tails nicely to those who have already obtained their DWC (Diabetic Wound Certification) and for those considering taking the course through the Wound Care Education Institute. If you are coming to this year’s Wild on Wounds National Conference, make sure you catch this session.

The Diabetic Foot A house of Cards

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

The Wild on Wounds National Convention is coming up  September 23-25, 2010 in Las Vegas. Continuing in our session highlights, The Diabetic Foot: A House of Cards? will be presented by Jeffrey Jensen DPM FACFAS, Diabetic Foot and Wound Center, Denver CO

In this two part session, attendees will receive an overview of diabetic foot ulcer care-highlighted priorities and multiple needs of this difficult patient. We’ll discuss neuropathy, and understanding its role in diabetes. Our top-line priorities will include infection and perfusion. We’ll also look at outpatient challenges including debridement, off loading, wound dressings and compliance. Emphasis will be placed on clinical ramification if the needs aren’t met

There will be Two Parts to this offered session ( the first being a pre-requisite for Part 2)

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