Skilled Nursing Interventions for Chronic Wounds

18 February 2022
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Chronic wounds refer to those that are resistant to treatment and wounds that do not heal. Examples of chronic wounds are stasis ulcers, which are wounds typically caused by poor circulation and diabetes, and pressure ulcers. While low-grade pressure and stasis ulcers generally do not require skilled nursing interventions, those chronic wounds that are deep, infected, or have damaged the muscle, tendons, or bones do require skilled nursing interventions. Here are some effective skilled nursing interventions to treat chronic wounds that are performed in nursing homes so that the healing process can be expedited. Read More