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The time factor: Healing venous leg ulcers with compression

Time plays a crucial role in the management of venous leg ulcers. These chronic wounds, if left unaddressed, can worsen over time, leading to larger, more complex issues. Early intervention is key, as it improves the chances of successful healing, prevents complications, and reduces the economic burden on healthcare systems. Moreover, timely treatment enhances patients' quality of life by alleviating pain, discomfort, and emotional distress associated with these persistent ulcers.

Listen to this insightful podcast of Medical Online Hub with Prof Harikrishna K. R. Nair and Mr Frank Aviles, moderated by Dr Negin Shamsian from Wound Masterclass to learn more about the time factor in ulcer management.

 

Speakers

Harikrishna K.R. Nair, Malaysia

Prof Harikrishna K.R. Nair, Malaysia

Head of Wound Care Unit, Dept. of Internal Medicine, KLH and Founding President of the Malaysian Society of Woundcare Professionals

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Frank Aviles, USA

Mr. Frank Aviles, USA

Frank Aviles is currently the Wound Care Clinical Coordinator at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center (NRMC) overseeing and assisting with wound care practices across the continuum of care. He is also a wound care consultant for Louisiana Extended Care Hospital Natchitoches and LHC group, wound care/lymphedema instructor & advisor for the Academy of Lymphatic Studies, and an educator/lymphedema therapist/consultant for Cane River Therapy Services. He has been an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) member since 1990, is a board certified wound specialist, a fellow of the American College of Certified Wound Specialists, a certified lymphedema therapist and advanced wound care certified.

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Moderators

Negin Shamsian, UK

Dr. Negin Shamsian, UK

Editor Wound Masterclass, Editor Aesthetics Masterclass, CEO Clarus Communications and Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon (locum)

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