Dot Weir, RN discusses the role that NPWT plays in wound bed preparation. She also discusses MP-NPWT and its role in the ambulatory population of patients, the role of collagen in continuing the healing process begun by NPWT, as well as reviewing diabetic foot ulceration cases across the care continuum to demonstrate enhance wound healing.
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