Wound care and Medical interventions

Wound care is constantly evolving with the advances in medicine. Search for the ideal dressing material still continues as wound care professionals are faced with several challenges. Due to the emergence of multi-resistant organisms and a decrease in newer antibiotics, wound care professionals have revisited the ancient  Wound healing models by using traditional and alternative medicine in wound management. As the formal health care system has become increasingly stressed, patients are being released from hospitals and other health care facilities still needing care. As a consequence, both laypeople and professional caregivers are making use of a wide variety of technologies. These technologies provide support not only for care related to acute and chronic medical conditions but also for disease prevention and lifestyle choices. Various types of monitors and meters are available to measure health status indicators, such as blood pressure or blood glucose levels (for people with diabetes). Newer consumer devices include ones that measure blood coagulation.

  • Biomedical devices
  • Biomechanical devices
  • Wound healing models
  • Tools to measure Wound healing
  • Lymphedema and Wound care Challenges

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