Posts Tagged ‘wound care training’


Sunday, May 31st, 2009

Our Skin and Wound Management Course is designed to provide participants with the best practices in wound care, the science behind healing wounds, and the most current standards of practice.  At the end of the course, for those that pursue wound certification the National Alliance of Wound Care® provides the  WCC® exam.

The Advantages of Wound Care Certification

* Increased consumer/patient confidence

* Feelings of pride, self-satisfaction and confidence
for the certified wound specialist

* Enhanced career opportunities and accelerated
career advancement including higher pay levels

* Professional acknowledgement, recognition, and

For more information about becoming Wound Care Certified please visit:

Xtrasorb , Product Demo at SAWC

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

WCEI co-founder Nancy Morgan RN, had a chance to browse the Vendor Exhibit at SAWC and met up with Dave from Derma Sciences who gave a demo of Xtrasorb. Take a look at the video below for an explanation and demo of the dressing. As explained by Dave, this dressing is extra absorbing and can be used for highly exudative wounds, up to 8 oz of fluid per dressing. For more information about Xtrasorb, check out Derma Sciences’ website.

WCEI is the best choice for training in wound care.   Wound care nurses (including LPNs, RNs and LVNs), Physicians, Physical Therapists and other health care and wound care professionals obtain significant benefits from WCEI’s world-class wound care training.  If your job involves wound care bedside patient care and/or wound management, WCEI’s  wound care training would be a very useful addition to your career.  For more information about getting Wound Care Certified, check out WCEI’s wound care certification course information.