Wound Care Education Program

Easy-to-Understand Wound Care Courses

Advance Health Revision also provides educational courses to demonstrate the wound care process. The experts at Advance Health Revision teach the procedure of wound care most effectively. This can help the individuals who are serving in health care facilities but do not have expertise in the concept of wound care, develop the ability to identify different types of wounds.

Who can learn these skills?

The wound care education program by Advance Health Revision can help a lot of people in developing this useful skill. This can be of great importance in several unfortunate situations.

  • Healthcare providers working in different institutes can become a part of our program and learn to be an expert in wound care management.
  • Wound care sessions by Advance Health Revision can help home health and hospice nurses who provide medical assistance to sick people at home.

By the end of the course, they would become proficient in dealing with each wound type. The health care staff after the completion of sessions can not only assist others in wound caring but can also further provide this vital training to other staff members of their team.

Why choose us?

Our educational wound care program has the following attributes:

  • We provide different programs for educating healthcare staff. The training sessions range from one to eight-hour training courses.
  • Nurses and other healthcare workers can book the session at their convenience. All these sessions provide them with a detailed understanding.
  • After getting trained by our team of experts, the healthcare workers can run wound care programs themselves with great expertise.

Get them registered for the session that fulfills all requirements in the best possible way without any further delay.

Features of Clinical Educational Courses

Advance Health Revision provides one on one clinical sessions with experts and allows healthcare workers to learn wound care management in the best possible way.

  • A one-on-one session allows healthcare staff to have a better understanding of the techniques.
  • We allow clinical education including critical thinking, patient simulation, and case-based studies at our institute.
  • This effective process of training can help learners overcome all the problems in the professional environment.

Courses covering a range of wound types

Advance Health Revision provides elaborative courses covering all types of wounds in detail. These educational courses include graphics and salient features of each type of wound so that learners can identify them effectively when working professionally. Some of the wounds that are part of our educational courses are mentioned below:

  • Diabetic/neuropathic ulcers: 15% of diabetic patients have these wounds and need treatment. Healthcare workers need to have a good understanding of it so that they can treat them effectively.
  • Surgical wounds/Non-healing surgical wounds: Surgical wounds often get complicated. These non-healing wounds need to be treated professionally.
  • Lymphedema / Edema related wounds: Patients suffering from Lymphedema wound often need the right medical treatment to heal properly. Healthcare workers should have a good understanding of such wounds to provide the right treatment.
  • Chronic Venous Insufficiency wounds: This wound can get highly complicated if left untreated. Hence these wounds need to be dealt with great care.
  • Arterial Insufficiency wounds: These chronic wounds can be really painful for the patients. Healthcare workers should have expertise in wound care to treat it properly.
  • Burns: Wounds due to burns are yet another problem that needs to be handled with great care. Workers with proper expertise should operate with such patients.
  • Trauma wounds: Trauma wounds can take a long time to heal. Healthcare workers at medical institutes need to have a proper understanding to deal with them.
  • Atypical Wounds: Atypical wounds including Hidadrentitis, Calicphylaxis, Bullous Pemphigoid, Pyoderma Gangrenosa, Osteomyelitis, Fistulas, and Flaps are explained in these courses.