Volume 3 Issue 1 articles include:
Biological Skin Equivalents: An Update (Baynosa), Case Study: Full-Thickness Neuropathic Diabetic Foot Ulcer Healed with Apligraf (Goecker), Home Health Care: A Partner in the Continuity of Care (Snyder, Brooks, Jackson, Albertini), Is there a place for Checklists in the Current Wound Care Model? (Snyder, Warriner, Hettrick), Osteomyelitis in Non-Healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Case for Serial Radiographs and Modulation of Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines (Wilcox), Wound Oxygenation and an Introduction to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: Interventions for the Hypoxic/Ischemic Wound (Strauss, Aksenov, Miller, Manji), Life Support Technologies Group Thinks Outside the Box (Chowdhury), Toxins to the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Revenue Cycle, Part 2, Mission Possible: Managing Your Revenue Cycle (Turner), Criminalization of Health Care Conduct: Risk and Reality (Yankowsky), Life is a Cinch by the Inch: Prepare Now for the New ICD-10-CM Coding System Change (Dixon), Lean Transformation and Strategy Deployment: Chicken or Egg? (Chen), Follow the Order (Mazza), and more.
The Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine magazine is an international publication with readers in over 60 countries. Our readers are scientists, physicians, nurses, technicians, and respiratory therapists working in the field of wound care, hyperbaric medicine, and / or diving. We report on breaking news from around the world while keeping up to date on events within the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine (ACHM), International Hyperbaric Medical Association (IHMA), the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (SPUMS), the European Underwater and Baromedical Society (EUBS), Divers alert Network (DAN), and other affiliated professional organizations.
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