Dealing with Difficult to Treat Wounds and Ulcers
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 18, 2016
Soft tissue wounds are a common occurrence in the outpatient setting. These can be acute or chronic in nature. It is important to understand the underlying mechanisms and treatment strategies for successful healing. We will review some of the more common etiologies for non-healing wounds and discuss techniques for their diagnosis and treatment.
- Recognize characteristics of poorly healing wounds.
- Identify the disease processes that are associated with "look alike " ulcers and non healing wounds.
- Recognize basic treatment options for difficult healing wounds.
- List three advanced treatment options for the difficult to heal wound.
- Recognize risk factors associated with non healing wounds.
Faculty Bio: Joe Mazziotta, MD
Dr Mazziotta is currently the Medical Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program in Tallahassee ,FL. He has held medical positions in the USAF where he had multiple deployments with the 56th Air Transportable Hospital. He continues to work in rural emergency departments as well as holding a position as Acting Medical Director of the Tallahassee Memorial Wound Healing Center. He also serves as the medical director of the Tallahassee Memorial Disaster Preparedness Team.
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