Diabetic Foot Ulcer Online course
This course is presented by Mölnlycke in cooperation with Prof. José Luis Lázaro Martinez. DPM. Msc. PhD. During this course you will learn how to assess and manage a diabetic foot ulcer (DFU), as well as identify the risks associated with their occurrence to help prevent patients from developing them in the first place.
DFUs occur in approximately 25% of patients with diabetes, increasing the risk of infection, amputation and even death. The key priorities are to identify patients at risk of developing a DFU, use offloading to prevent and heal ulcers and prevent DFUs from becoming infected. It is also advisable for treatment goals to be set by both the multidisciplinary footcare team and the patient, as this will prevent unnecessary suffering for the patient, and help keep treatment costs to a minimum for the health care system.
The Exufiber® Effect
It is time for change
Highly exuding wounds are challenging to treat. Clinicians may see exudate pooling, slough and delayed healing due to the presence of biofilm. Patients may feel pain, embarrassment and anxiety from leakage. That is why we are looking at gelling fibres differently. Providing a wound healing solution that clinicians want to see and that patients can feel.