Infectious Aspects of Chronic Wounds Including Infection Control
Originally presented on March 7, 2013
Jeffrey Levine, MD, CMD
Jeffrey Levine Md, CMD is an attending physician at the Beth Israel Medical Center, Center for Advanced Wound Healing in New York. An Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Dr. Levine has practiced in the field of wound care medicine since 1981.
As a subject matter expert, he has presented numerous lectures on wound care and authored many publications including the Pocket Guide to Pressure Ulcers.
Dr. Levine served on the NYS Gold STAMP Advisory Committee.
This webcast will address many factors involved in wound care: The assessment of chronic wounds, the signs and symptoms of wound infection, factors that favor microbial proliferation, infection control measures and treatment of wound infections.
Disclosure: Dr. Levine receives compensation for the Pocket Guide to Pressure Ulcers which is published and distributed by the New Jersey Hospital Association.
After watching this broadcast participants will be able to:
- Participant will be able to list five host factors that favor microbial proliferation
- Participant will be able to state the symptoms indicating a deep wound infection
- Participant will be able to define 5 basic terms of wound infection
Physicians, Nurses, Health Educators and other Public Health Staff working in Long Term Care Facilities and Hospitals
Dr. Levine receives compensation for the Pocket Guide to Pressure Ulcers which is published and distributed by the New Jersey Hospital Association.
The other planners, moderator, and presenters do not have any financial arrangements or affiliations with any commercial entities whose products, research or services may be discussed in this activity.
No commercial funding has been accepted for this activity.
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