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All excellent wound care begins with appropriate education and training. Advantage Surgical and Wound Care provides a licensed & certified, clinical wound specialist to educate the staff of your Facility.

The Preliminary educational in-service is aimed to introduce a solid foundation in wound care basics. Ongoing education can then be customized to the level of each individual facility and the needs of its clinical treatment staff or choose from our standard topics.

Advantage Surgical and Wound Care is accredited to award contact hours to Nurses who attend our educational In-services. 1 hour of Continued Nursing Education (CNE) = 1 Contact hour. Since a minimum of a 1-hour CNE In- service must be presented in order to award credit, our most popular in- service topics are formatted in 1-hour increments. Our clinical wound care specialists can also custom design class topics to suit your facilities’ needs.

Our Advantage Surgical and Wound Care clinical specialists work directly with the clinical treatment staff of your facility. The education offered by our clinical specialist is intended to enrich staff knowledge and reduce the risk of state survey infractions.

Advantage Surgical and Wound Care is committed to elevating the quality of wound care at all levels of service. We look forward to providing your treatment staff and facility with clinical education when needed. We are committed to working with you to ensure that the level of knowledge and quality of resident care in your facility continues to grow – and that your residents get the best possible wound care available.

Popular In-service topics:

  • Admission Wound Assessment This is a fan favorite! This talk covers a comprehensive head to toe admission wound assessment. Includes MDS 3.0 pressure ulcer staging, venous ulcers, vascular ulcers, treatment options and more. We give you the inside scoop on what surveyors look for.
  • Pressure Wound Care Management A general overview of the etiology, prevention, non-invasive treatment and surgical treatment of pressure wounds.
  • Venous Stasis Ulcers– Etiology, prevention, and care of venous insufficiency and venous stasis wounds.
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease Proper diagnosis and care of chronic and acute presentations of arterial disease.
  • Diabetic Wounds Etiology and care of wounds related to long-term diabetic disease.
  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin Understand the basics of the integumentary system.
  • Wound Healing Fundamentals – Hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, remodeling. We review the complex process of wound healing.
  • Dermatology 101 What is a bulla, vesicle, papule, macule? You will know he difference after hearing this.
  • Nutrition Nutrition has a huge impact on wound healing, find out what specific areas to monitor and how to optimize nutrition.
  • MDS 3.0 Assessment and Training When was the last time you’ve read the MDS 3.0 manual? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
  • Adjunctive Treatment Modalities – NPWT, Hydrotherapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen and more.
  • Burns All you need to know about burns and treatment.

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