Monthly Archives: July 2011

“Calling a spade a spade” – Palliative Care’s growth stunted by linguistic problems

At the International Congress of Palliative Care in 2010 an international authority made a bold, yet accurate, conclusion that the domain of Palliative Care has not made meaningful progress in the past decade. I was in the minority of attendees who complimented him … Continue reading

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The 4 Pillars of Wound Management

“Wound Management” is the collective sum of all measures required to deal with patients afflicted with wounds. “Wound Care” (WC) is a component of “Wound Management” (WM) and reflects the local measures utilized to deal with wounds. Metaphorically, while WC deals with … Continue reading

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