Myra Varnado of Corstrata is back to provide education on Lower Extremity Wound Care. This session provides an introduction and differentiation of the most commonly seen lower extremity (LE) wound etiologies. The key components of performing a focused lower extremity exam, as well as appropriate management strategies are discussed.
Wound Care continues to be an area of clinical focus in the Post-Acute Care setting. Managing patients with GI ostomies (colostomies and ileostomies) is a challenge in the post-acute setting. These procedures have high 30-day readmission rates and post-acute staff often have limited knowledge on managing this patient population.
Myra Varnado of Corstrata is back to provide education on this and to give an understanding for the general nursing management of colostomies and ileostomies including: Normal GI function, expected effluent character and volume, specific complicating factors, and an introduction to a variety of Ostomy appliance types and their appropriate use.
Our world is becoming increasingly culturally diverse. This is not a political statement, but rather a reality that indeed impacts how care is delivered to patients. In this webinar, presented by the dynamic Dr. Gilbert Marez, you will learn to identify various cultural signs that may increase a clinician’s and support staff’s awareness about concepts and preferences of patients of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Come learn how to provide true care in a manner that can be appreciated by all people!
In an excellent and in-depth session on Wound Prevention, Myra Varnado of Corstrata presented this webinar. It is commonly held that providing the best level of Wound Care for Home Health patients is an expensive and daunting task. Or is it? Pressure injuries can be a painful and debilitating experience for patients, for sure. But this education session provides foundational information for establishing an effective pressure ulcer (injury) prevention program in the home health and hospice setting.
This webinar focuses on the importance of appropriate end-of-life conversations for patients, families and our healthcare system. Carleen Rogers, a veteran hospice clinician and executive will discuss the Why, When, and How regarding these important yet difficult converasations with your patients.