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Can hydrocolloid bandages serve as an effective acne treatment? Yes, this has been part of our skin and wound care solutions for quite some time, and dermatologists have taken this approach themselves in many circumstances. Lately, lay, people, have even explored the concept with over-the-counter hydrocolloid materials. What are hydrocolloid bandages and why do they …Read More
It’s a terrific blessing for ostomy patients to have a wide selection of pouches and accessories to help manage and care for their stoma. Stoma paste is another small accessory, which although it doesn’t always get much attention, does a great job of making life easier. In this article, we’ll discuss what it is, why …Read More
Did you know that about one in 500 Americans live with an ostomy? This figure translates to roughly 725,000 to 1 million people having an ostomy in the US, so if you live with one, you’re not alone. People living with an ostomy can find it challenging to adjust to life, so it’s crucial to …Read More
If you use ostomy pouches, you have several different options to choose from. Each option is designed with different features in mind. Some of these features may appeal to you more than others. If you want to make the most informed decision possible when selecting an ostomy pouch, consider learning the difference between one-piece and …Read More
What is the difference between wounds and ulcers? Both can be painful and require medical treatment. However, there are important differences such as their cause, the speed at which they form, and the proper way to treat them. This article will discuss how and why to distinguish between wounds and ulcers. Wound vs Ulcers: What’s …Read More
Where should you go for wound care treatment: to see a wound care specialist or to the hospital? While we have nothing against hospitals, since they save lives every day, it’s almost always better to see a specialist for prompt and effective wound care. The deeper wounds that go beyond minor abrasions and scratches are …Read More
If you’ve ever been to the doctor’s office or an emergency room, you might have noticed something interesting out of the corner of your eye—tape. Just like the tape you have in your junk drawer at home for various uses, medical adhesive tape sometimes referred to as surgical tape, is used to aid physicians in …Read More
What are hydrocolloid dressings and why do we use them? Since effective wound healing is a very detailed and difficult process, it helps to know a little about the various dressing materials. This impacts the comfort and well-being of the patients as well as healing efficiency and avoiding infections. Here’s what you should know about …Read More
Everyone has probably experienced some discomfort or pain while enduring bandage changing at some point or another. In the old days, before quality dressing materials, it could be an agonizing process to remove or substitute dressing. Thankfully, we have much better wound care products now, but it’s still common for patients to feel discomfort. What …Read More
One of the most helpful life skills involves knowing how to dress and protect a wound after you suffer an abrasion, laceration, or other vulnerable skin injuries. Of course, part of the task includes selecting the right dressing for your wound, which we’d like to cover in this post. Six Wound Dressing Types The dressing …Read More