wound care

  1. Hi everyone. Well it's been almost 2 months since I have started home care. It is great! I decided to switch from case manager to per diem though. I like the freedom of choosing the days I can work. I average about 10 miles a day and see about 5 patients per day.

    We have had tons of snow here in New England, and that has been a challenge to drive through!

    I am looking for web sites or books on wound care. Pictures, decriptive terms etc. Does anyone have anything they can share!?
    Thanks, Paula
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  3. by   NRSKarenRN
    Wound Care Words Of Wisdom: What Medicare allows
    Remember now that all wound supply costs bundled into cost of nursing visits under homecare benefit---use as guide if you are discharging patients before wound healed as some agencies do if pt/cg independent.


    Types of products and application:

    Problems Obtaining supplies:

    Urinary Incontinence
  4. by   Scavenger'sWife
    I just started HH...I love it too. Thanks for the info, NrsKaren. We have an ostomy-wound-care RN specialist for HH, but the info is very helpful also.