Imaging Modalities in Your Wound Care Clinic - Hype or Valuable Tools?


Christopher Bromley, DPM

Charles Andersen, MD, FACS, MAPWCA
Chief of the Vascular/Endovascular Surgery Service (Emeritus)
Chief of the Wound Care Service
Clinical Professor of Surgery UW, USUHS
Madigan Army Medical Center
Tacoma, WA

This webinar will focus on evidence-based and best practices on utilizing imaging modalities in the wound center. Dr Charles Andersen will discuss how oxygenation imaging can impact wound bed preparation (debridement) and the application of advanced therapies to improve wound healing. Dr Andersen will review a series of clinical cases that utilize oxygenation imaging to illustrates a positive impact on clinical outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the differences between imaging modalities.
  2. Understand how oxygenation imaging can - impact debridement, be used to track and document wound healing, and support the use of advanced wound therapies.
  3. Review clinical cases that oxygenation imaging was utilized to improve wound healing outcomes.
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