Mon, 21 June | Webinar

Leg ulceration (1)

Back by popular demand we will discuss the pathophysiology of the most common lower leg ulceration seen in community settings.
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Time & Location

21 June, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Webinar

About the Event

Back by popular demand we will discuss the pathophysiology of the most common lower leg ulceration seen in community settings. We will then move on to discuss the management of venous and arterial leg ulceration, covering dressing, compression therapy and what to do when arterial reperfusion is not possible. Just remember that the data indicates that one in three over the age of 65 will have a venous leg ulcer in their lifetime. You as health professionals are a group that is at risk and so yes we will cover risk factors and how you should be managing your own legs let alone those of your residents and patients. Join us for an evening of information that you will be able to use for the rest of your career.

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