HHnurse22 757 Views
Joined Nov 3, '11.
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Ok, so I saw a patient with a pressure ulcer that healed a long time ago, but on my first assessment of him, he had a very hard callous like, light colored covering over the wound bed. I think there is probably something brewing under this layer of hard tissue. My question is if this can be documented as eschar since it is hard dead tissue? I am unsure due to the light coloring of the tissue.
In phoenix as well and burning out on home health!!!!! I don't know how anyone can do this long term. I put in sooo many hours of paperwork not paid for. Doing 30 units or more per week right now, and have no time left to do the paperwork. I sympathize and am happy you got out of a bad company! We get paid 40 per visit, 75 for SOC, Recert, ROC.
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