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Mouth Ulcer Afta)

Mouth Ulcer Afta)

Good evening. I explain that with the Ruffini method, using sodium hypochlorite to 12% over the Mouth Ulcer (Afta). The Sodium Hypochlorite is in my opinion the best molecule to solve the problems of Mouth Ulcer (Afta). Applied Sodium Hypochlorite to 12% and let stand for 60 seconds then rinse.

Pressure Injury Wounds vs Pressure Ulcer Discussion

Pressure Injury Wounds vs Pressure Ulcer Discussion

hi I’m dr. Bardia Anvar from skilled wound care today Henry Okonkwo our chief clinical officer and myself are going to discuss the new terminology pressure injury that was put out by the National pressure ulcer advisory panel and before I begin I just would like to say once again

Buruli Ulcer

Buruli Ulcer

Good evening. That I explain with the Ruffini method, using sodium hypochlorite to 9% over the Buruli Ulcer. The Sodium Hypochlorite is in my opinion the best molecule to solve the problems of Buruli Ulcer. Applied Sodium Hypochlorite to 9% and let stand for 60 seconds then rinse. Repeat every

Pressure Ulcer Staging for MDS 3.0

Hi to everyone in the nursing homes providing wound care, treatment nurses and directors of nursing! I have been getting asked a lot about Deep Tissue Injury vs UTD vs Unstageable wounds from a lot of wound care nurses out there. Real quick, UTD is not a stage, it is

The Immune System Explained I – Bacteria Infection

The Immune System Explained I – Bacteria Infection

Every second of your life, you are under attack. Billions of bacteria, viruses, and fungi are trying to make you their home. So our bodies have developed a super complex little army with guards, soldiers, intelligence, weapons factories, and communicators to protect you from…well…dying For this video, let’s assume the

Incision Care Discharge Instructions | Nucleus Health

Incision Care Discharge Instructions | Nucleus Health

Please watch the entire video before caring for your incision. This video will teach you how to care for your incision. An incision is a cut made in your skin during an operation. The edges of your incision may be held together with stitches, staples, skin glue or skin closure