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Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management: An Update for Physicians and Mid-Level Providers
This August 12, 2014 webinar was presented by Aimee Garcia, MD, CWS and Mary Sieggreen, MSN, CNS, NP, CVN. Often clinicians are unaware of what is required by third party payers and regulatory organizations on the assessment and documentation of pressure ulcers. The purpose of this webinar is to assist clinicians in pressure ulcer recognition and definition, to differentiate pressure ulcers from other types of wounds, to identify the components of a comprehensive pressure ulcer assessment, and to identify the critical elements of documentation.

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Pressure Ulcers and Treatment Among Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries
This October 16, 2014 webinar was presented by Margaret Goldberg, RN, MSN, CWOCN and Karin Zachow, MD, CWS. Over a lifetime, more than 60% of patients with spinal cord injury report developing a pressure ulcer. With improvements in care, a spinal cord injury no longer dictates a shortened life span but complications of pressure ulcers are still a cause of significant morbidity and mortality. Prevention involves more expansive considerations than in other high risk populations. Treatment requires a multidisciplinary approach. This Webinar explores the social and physiologic aspects of primary and secondary pressure ulcer prevention and treatment.

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Pressure ulcers are avoidable! - Or are they?!
The June 22, 2011 webinar entitled, Pressure ulcers are avoidable! - Or are they?! addresses the definitions of avoidable vs. unavoidable pressure ulcers. Participants will learn how to identify specific clinical conditions and physiological factors that increase risk and contribute to the development of unavoidable pressure ulcers, as well as to understand other factors that may contribute to unavoidable pressure ulcer development. Presented By: Laura Edsberg, PhD and Diane Langemo, PhD, RN, FAAN. Moderated By: Laurie McNichol, MSN, RN, GNP, CWOCN.

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Pressure Ulcers: "The Unavoidable Outcome" 2014 Consensus Results
Held on June 4 Drs. Laura Edsberg and Diane Langemo presented and discussed the results of the 2014 Unavoidable Outcome: A Pressure Injury Consensus Conference that was held on February 27 in Baltimore, MD. During this webinar Drs. Edsberg and Langemo will define an unavoidable pressure ulcer, discuss the implications of unavoidability and discuss the results of the consensus voting on statements relating to unavoidability.


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Q 2 Hour Turning & 30 Degree Lateral Positioning Science or Tradition?
During the April 12, 2012 webinar entitled Q 2 Hour Turning & 30 Degree Lateral Positioning Science or Tradition? the following topic was discussed. When it comes to prevention of pressure ulcers, turning is the most expensive of all the interventions we use. The q 2hr. turning schedule came out of a textbook on the medical history of World War II. While basic scientists have used a variety of physical, cellular and animal models to examine the intensity and duration of pressure that result in injury, for many years little clinical research has been available to answer the questions that clinicians and administrators need to know. Must repositioning take place every two hours? Can some patients tolerate longer intervals between turns? What factors differentiate those who can tolerate longer intervals between turns from those who cannot? Is the length of turning interval affected by the mattress used? What positioning strategies are most effective in preventing pressure and can using these strategies lengthen the amount of time a patient stays in one position. In the past 5-6 years, researchers have begun to make some headway in addressing these issues. Presented By: Barbara Braden, PhD, RN, FAAN

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