Course curriculum

  • 1
  • 2
    Chapter 2: Wound Components
    • Section 2-A: Anatomy & Physiology of the Skin
    • Chapter 2-B: Layers of the Skin
    • Section 2-C: Dermis
    • Section 2-D: Blood Components
    • Section 2-E: Components Under Skin
    • Section 2-F: A Review of What We Have Discussed So Far
  • 3
    Section 3: Wound Causes
    • Section 3-A: Skin Involvement
    • Section 3-B: Outside Risk Factors
    • Section 3-C: Venous Risk Factors
    • Section 3-D: Arterial Wounds Risk Factors
    • Section 3-E: A Review of What We Have Discussed So Far
  • 4
    Section 4: Wound Care
    • Section 4-A: A, B, C of Wound Types
    • Section 4-B: Partial and Full Thickness
    • Section 4-C: Defensive/Inflammatory Phase
    • Section 4-D: Proliferation Phase
    • Section 4-E: Maturation and Scars
    • Section 4-F: A Review of What We Have Discussed
  • 5
    Section 5: Wound Assessment
    • Section 5-A: Subjective and Psychosocial Assessment
    • Section 5-B: Objective Wound Assessment
    • Section 5-C: Tracing, Protography, Alginate Molding
    • Section 5-D: Classification of Wounds
    • Section 5-E: Documentation
    • Section 5-F: Wound Stages
    • Section 5-G: Incontinence and Wounds
    • Section 5-H: Wound Characteristics
    • Section 5-I: Observation and Documentation
    • Section 5-J: A Review of What We Have Discussed So Far
  • 6
    Section 6: Wound Management
    • Section 6-A: Wound Management Basics
    • Section 6-B: Adjunctive Treatments
    • Section 6-C: Dressing and Procedures
    • Section 6-D: Wet to Dry Dressings
    • Section 6-E: Nutrition and Legal Implications
    • Section 6-F: Preventative Measures
    • Secxtion 6-G: Debridement
    • Section 6-H: A Review of What We Have Discussed So Far