Wound Healing: Alternatives in Management ebook
by Joseph M. McCulloch,Luther C. Kloth,Jeffrey A. Feedar
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Wound healing : alternatives in management. Joseph Mcculloch, Luther C. Kloth, Jeffrey A. Feedar. Part 1 The wound healing environment: normal healing nutrition and wound healing factoring affecting repair bacteriology and infection control growth factors, extracellular matrix and wound healing.
Personal Name: McCulloch, Joseph . 5. Rubrics: Wound healing.
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Wound healing : alternatives in management /. Luther C. Feedar, Jeffrey A. Published: Philadelphia : . Names: Kloth, Luther. Series: Contemporary perspectives in rehabilitation (Series). Topics: Wound healing.
by Joseph McCulloch (Author), Luther Kloth (Author). I find this book a very valuable for my clinical and scientific activity. I was particularly interested in the part on wound healing processes and physical methods in wound treatment. ISBN-13: 978-0803619043. The material on these topics is very insightful and well written.
Learned authors Joseph McCulloch and Luther Kloth have gathered world renown experts in wound management to.
Learned authors Joseph McCulloch and Luther Kloth have gathered world renown experts in wound management to present a comprehensive text that is evidence based, clinically focused and practical. The committed and respected teams of authors and contributors have broadened the scope of this text and expanded it from 14 to 35 chapters.
It is an evidence-based comprehensive text on wound care for the health professions. The presentation mimics the way in which a practitioner gains knowledge about a patient's condition, examines the patient, considers confounding information, develops a plan and carries through with the treatment.
Luther C Kloth currently works at the Department of Physical Therapy, Marquette University. In addition to being able to provide standard wound care, they are well prepared to treat wounds with a variety of biophysical agents that introduce electromagnetic, acoustic, and mechanical energies that enhance healing.