This Clinical Practice Guideline was written by a fellow 18D with input from around the surgical community. Â It reconciles the differences between wound care done in a role 2 or 3 facility, such as serial debridements, with what is taught in the 18D Special Forces Medical Sergeant Course with regards to delayed primary closure. Â One way is not â€œrightâ€ while the other wrong, it has more to do with the amount of time and resources available to the medic or other provider. Â The remainder of the blog post and podcast is meant to be a refresher for those who have already been taught these procedures. Â It is also meant to be informational for those medical directors who may not be exactly certain of what has been taught as far as wound care and surgery.Â Â If you havenâ€™t been trained to do these procedures before going ahead with them, it is very likely that you may do more harm to the patient than good.
Fri, 11 August 2017
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