UCS™ Debridement cloths

Gemma Davies describes how and when to use UCS Debridement Cloths, a sterile pre-moistened cloth, for mechanical debridement of wounds and surrounding skin. #TVNTV

Compression systems: JuxtaLite

JuxtaLite is an adjustable velcro compression device that can help support patients to self care, which is especially pertinent at the moment. Teresa Mitchell demonstrates how to use JuxtaLite and how it can be adjusted to support the individual patient needs. #TVNTV

Moisture-Associated Skin Damage (MASD): A clinical update

The aim of this webcast is to outline the causes, clinical presentation and management of the common conditions relating to Moisture-Associated Skin Damage (MASD). Alison Parnham will discuss the potential implications that too much moisture can have on the skin. She will summarise the importance of assessment, introduce a simple classification tool for MASD, the S.M.A.R.T resource […]

Improving confidence in compression hosiery

Lesley Newport discusses how compression hosiery, specifically Altiform and the Altipress 40 Leg Ulcer hosiery kits, can help patients who are suitable, willing and capable to self-care. Resources: https://www.urgostartplus.co.uk/our-hosiery-range

Effective assessment and management of wound exudate

Professor Zena Moore discusses the importance of exudate management in wound healing. Related links and resources 1. Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border; Made Easy 2. Consensus Document: Wound Exudate Effective Assessment and Management 3. Learn more about Zetuvit® Plus Silicone border 4. Learn more about Zetuvit® Plus Silicone 5. Visit the Hartmann preference centre #goingfurtherforhealth

Compression bandages in the management of venous leg ulcers

Caroline Dowsett describes the role of multi-component bandages, specifically UrgoKTwo, in the management of venous leg ulceration. Related links and resources Additional information on UrgoKTwo A comparison of interface pressures of three compression bandage systems Efficacy of two compression systems in the management of VLUs results of a European RCT