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Free ebook: Pressure Ulcers: Prevention and Treatment

Pressure ulcers have been given many names – bedsores, skin ulcers, wounds, decubitus ulcers – but they all mean essentially the same thing. The important thing to understand is that the information in this book Pressure Ulcers: Prevention and Treatment can help all these conditions.

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There are many different types of wounds and many causes of wounds; there are trauma wounds from an accident, foot ulcers caused by diabetes and bedsores or pressure ulcers caused by pressure on the skin of a debilitated person, to name just a few.

Although wound healing is a complex and dynamic process, no matter what type of wound you have, the healing process is the same. Health care professionals have developed what is known as “best practice guidelines” which encompasses a) reviewing all the evidence available b) establish the individual risk factors for the patient and c) implement the skills and resources to achieve healing of the wound. The information in these books center around these principles.

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“Caregivers who are equipped with knowledge can favorably affect the outcome of the health condition, and deal with it in a more effective manner.

Tools such as the Dr. Guide books educate people in the proper preventative and treatment techniques, supplying them with a degree of confidence and allaying fears of the unknown.”

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I look upon the “Herb Interaction” book as a “quickie” for my pharmacy team, no need to get bogged down on the computer.
David (pharmacist) Ontario
The book on “foot ulcers” spoke to me, I now understand the importance of foot care.
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We forget sometimes the power of the patient for healing through compliance and self care habits. We should provide understandable information.
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The Dr’ Guide books were a great door opener and relationship builder with the allergy medical team. Our reps loved them.
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We had the highest BRC (business Reply Card) return rate of all time – it built up great customer goodwill and easier repeat calls.
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