Skin and Wound Care

The healthcare literature has focused much recent attention on skin and wound  care of obese patients due to their increasing prevalence and the serious integumentary conditions that can occur, including skin infections   a typical pressure, perigenital irritant dermatitis due to urinary and/or fecal incontinence, diabeties and foot ulcers venous insufficiency with possible ulceration, lymphedema, acanthosis  nigricans, abdominal elephantiasis, and surgical site infections (SSI, possible dehiscence and evisceration) Our extensive line of trusted skin and wound care products helps improve skin health and the treatment of acute and chronic wounds Bariatric patients are at higher risk for pressure ulcers, Also, bariatric patients commonly are malnourished and less mobile than others, making it hard for them to avoid excess pressure on the skin. Many have multiple comorbidities, such as diabetes and foot ulceration , that further increase their pressure ulcer risk.  Because of their body habitus and comorbidities, bariatric patients are at risk for multiple skin disorders and delayed wound healing.

  • Wound care and Skin
  • Skin and Wound care advances
  • Wound care and Skin Protectants
  • Wound care and Skin Ulcers Management
  • Wound care and Scars Management
  • Bariatric skin care

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