Most Recent Articles by Kimberly Marselas
Minimum Data Set coordinators serve vital functions in today's skilled nursing facilities — their ability to dig deep is so critical that one software executive likens it to navigating the Andromeda galaxy.
Traditional surgical debridement helped reduce wound size for a majority of wound care patients in skilled nursing settings, but it didn't typically lead to full closure, according to a new study in Wounds.
Hospitals and nursing homes agreed on the existence of a pressure wound just over one-third of the time, according to a new study, a finding that calls treatment into question.
An interdisciplinary team that manages wound-related supplies with the help of a pharmacist can lead to better selection and less waste, according to a study conducted in Spain.
The features of an ulcer are more important in predicting long-term healing than a diabetic patient's other health characteristics.