Is it a pressure ulcer or moisture-associated skin damage? Wound identification tips, prevention strategies and tissue pressure management systems – Heidi Huddleston Cross
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Wound care expert Heidi H. Cross, has been in your shoes. She struggled to manage a busy schedule and heavy patient load, and still keep up with all of the changes in protocols, products and treatment options. Instead of overwhelming you with every wound you may see in your day, Heidi will focus on two of the most common and tricky conditions you will face: pressure ulcers and moisture-associated skin damage. In one short session, Heidi will teach you the assessment and treatment techniques you didn’t know, and bring your pressure and moisture-associated skin and wound management skills to a new level!
Moisture Associate Skin Damage (MASD)
- Common & Uncommon Sources of Moisture
- Prevention & Treatment Strategies
Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis (IAD)
- Prevention Strategies
- Skin Protectants & Barriers
- Pouching Systems
- Differentiate Between (IAD) and Pressure Ulcers
- Treatment Techniques for Candidiasis
- Risk Factors and Vulnerable Populations
- The Latest Staging Guidelines
- Suspected Deep Tissue Injury Identification and Treatment
- Best-Practice Prevention Guidelines
- Repositioning Considerations
- Shear Force Minimization
- Friction Minimization
- Tissue Load/Pressure Management
Specialized Support Surfaces for Tissue Load Management
- Pressure Mapping Systems
- The Role of Microclimate
- Support Surface Overlay Options
- Reactive Surfaces
- Mattresses & Chair Cushions
- Selection Criteria & Patient Safety Considerations
- Recognize moisture associated skin damage.
- Communicate prevention, presentation, and treatment of incontinence associated dermatitis.
- Point out pressure ulcer staging and risk factors.
- Breakdown examples of pressure ulcer prevention measures.
- Compare and contrast three therapeutic support surfaces.
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