Improved Wound Care Outcomes with Polymeric Membrane Dressings

Webinar Topic: Wound Care

Speaker: Susan E. Nelson, RN, MSN, WCC, CLNC

CE Credit(s): 1.0

Length: 60 minutes

Price: 10

Webinar Description:
In this session you will examine the unique actions of the polymeric membrane dressings which help to reduce the spread of edema, inflammation and pain into surrounding undamaged tissues without interfering with the robust localized inflammatory response required for healing. The dressings help reduce both persistent and procedural wound pain, while improving healing. (This is a pre-recorded session from the Wild On Wounds National Conference.)

About the Speaker:
Susan is currently the Dean for the School of Nursing at Ivy Tech Community College for East Central Region where she had taught since 1997. She has 21 years of experience with Geriatric Nursing, 6 years as a Wound Care Consultant for a homecare company, and 4 years experience as a Certified Legal Nursing Consultant.

Webinar Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the unique clinical benefits available through the use of polymeric membrane dressings including: a) reducing edema b) reduced periwound inflammation c) reduced pain d) improved outcomes.
  2. Discuss the rationale behind the application and change recommendations for optimum use of polymeric membrane dressings in order to achieve maximum results in a wide range of clinical situations.
  3. Educate others on appropriate application and changing of polymeric membrane dressings.

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