A Guide to Managing Donor Sites
A skin graft is a sheet of skin harvested from a donor site. Many times, not only is wound care necessary for two sites, but there are a series of wound healing factors that clinicians must consider, such as the wound depth,
wound location, wound size, patient’s age and co-morbidities. Historically, dressings such as hydrocolloids, alginates, films, silicone dressings, gauze, etc. have been used to cover the skin graft donor sites; however, are you aware of an alternate treatment modality?
Please join our speakers as they present some exciting case experiences and applications of a collagen/ORC dressing that has been recently used to treat and care for donor sites and complex wounds. Register to learn more about the impact that PROMOGRAN™ Matrix Wound Dressing and PROMOGRAN PRISMA™ Matrix can have on patients’ painful, complicated wounds.
Dr. Chowdhry has a busy clinical practice in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago and he also practices at Advocate Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He was Educated at Rush University College of Medicine and subsequently completed his ...
Cindy has been a Registered Nurse since 1978. For the past 22 years, she has worked in various sales, clinical, marketing as well as research and development roles at KCI. For 2 years (2009-2011) Cindy devoted her energies to the launch ...