Table of Contents:
Matthew White, MD
- An Update on Tools for Monitoring and Tracking Perfusion in the Problem Wound
Enoch Huang, MD, MPH&TM
- Wound Care 2016
Marc Robins, DO, MPH
- Off-Loading and Biomechanics-An Orthopedic Perspective on Wound Healing
Michael Strauss, MD
- Surgical Approach to Wounds
Lisa Gould, MD, PhD, FACS
- Hyperbaric Oxygen in Treatment of Thermal Burns
Paul Cianci, MD, FACP, FUHM
- The Role of Hypebaric Oxygen Therapy in Wound Bed Preparation Grafts/Flaps
David Charash, DO, CWS, FACEP, UHM
- The importance of processes and quality improvement in wound care outcomes
Kelly Johnson-Arbor, MD, FACEP, FUHM, FACMT
- Appreciate the three components of the "Troublesome Triad"
- Recognize how biomechanical problems in the foot and ankle cause wounds
- Be aware of the minimally invasive surgical interventions that can mitigate the biomechanical problems that cause foot wounds
- Understand the need for quality improvement in the practice of medicine
- Explain the Donabedian model for assessing the quality of care
- Use the Donabedian model to define ways to improve the care of diabetic foot wounds
- Describe the changes in hyperbaric medicine and wound care in the last several decades
- Describe the current challenges facing hyperbaric facilities
- Describe what may lie in the future for hyperbaric medical services
- Understand the Importance of operative surgical debridement and soft tissue reconstruction – Knowing When to Call the Surgeon
- Understand why hyperbaric oxygen works for thermal burns and why we should be looking at it more carefully
- Review the literature that supports the use of hyperbaric oxygen for thermal burns
- Understand the role of HBO2 therapy in wound bed preparation
- Identifying appropriate patients for treatment consideration
- Understand chronic and advanced wounds and when to refer
- Understand how to improve diagnostic acumen of the red and swollen lower extremity
- What can be treated in the primary care office and what should be referred
- Understand the role of HBO2 and when to refer
- Describe the concept of an angiosome and its importance.
- Describe key components of a lower extremity vascular evaluation.
- Describe how the prevalence of diabetes mellitus affects the anatomic distribution of vascular disease, particularly in the lower extremities.
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|Name of Individual||Individuals Role in Activity||Name of Commercial Interest (If Applicable)||Nature of Relationship|
|Michael Strauss, MD
|Kelly Johnson-Arbor, MD, FACEP, FUHM, FACMT
|Enoch Huang, MD, MPH&TM
||Novadaq Technologies, Inc.
||Research Funding, Consultant, Speakers Bureau
|Lisa Gould, MD, PhD, FACS
|Paul Cianci, MD, FACP, FUHM
|David Charash, DO, CWS, FACEP, UHM
|Marc Robins, DO, MPH
|Matthew White, MD
|Stacy Harmon, BS
|Heather Murphy-Lavoie, MD
|Richard Roller, MD
|J. Benjamin Slade, MD
|Kaighley Brett, MD
|Name of Commercial Supporter||Amount of Monetary Commercial Support||In-Kind|
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