Today's Wound Clinic's show

Today's Wound Clinic's show

Dr. Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWS, interviews wound care physicians and other clinicians affiliated with the journal Today's Wound Clinic in this monthly podcast series.

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January 30, 2019 17 min
Typically, when patients present to a wound clinic, they have been experiencing their chronic wound(s) for a substantial amount of time. For the wound care clinician, biofilm presents an obstacle in helping the patient to achieve rapid wound closure. The more realistic of a timeline that is shared with patients, the more optimistic they are likely to be. In this podcast episode, Today’s Wound Clinic continues its series on “The Eme...
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Podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, is joined by TWC clinical editor Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM; Kathleen D. Schaum, MS; and Emily Greenstein, APRN, CNP, FACCWS, CWON; to discuss how wound care providers can impact wellness throughout the continuum — and get paid for it.
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As part of our Careers Edition, podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, raises awareness about the pay gap that exists between men and women in the workplace, including healthcare, with Amy Turnquist of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association. The discussion also includes how healthcare providers can successfully negotiate salary.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses current trends in stem cell utilization for chronic wounds, as well as the evolution of regenerative medicine and its impact on patient care in general, with Matthew Regulski, DPM, ABMSP, FASPM, FAPWH(c).
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses the challenges faced by today’s wound clinics when trying to control infections, as well as the current guidance on clinical and pharmacological best practices for prevention and treatment, with Daniel B. Chastain, PharmD, AAHIVP.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses the latest information connected to the science and research of pressure ulcer care, as well as the responsibility that wound care clinicians have to match new findings to their wound clinic practice, with Barbara Bates-Jensen, PhD, RN, WOCN, FAAN.
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In this episode, Dr. Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, joins a panel to discuss offloading and providing pressure relief for patients in the wound care clinic.
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February 20, 2018 40 min
In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses a recent report that found claims for HBOT services were denied due to a lack of medical documentation, and other important factors in the delivery of hyperbaric medicine affecting today’s wound care, with James (Jim) Wilcox, RN, BSN, ACHRN, CWCN, CFCN, CWS, WCC, DWC, FCCWS, DAPWCA, president of The Wound Care Experts LLC.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new quality recording capabilities (and responsibilities) that wound care clinicians can expect with TWC clinical editor Caroline Fife, chief medical officer at Intellicure Inc. and executive director of the U.S. Wound Registry.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the wound care industry with guest Joe Smith, technology innovation leader at Healogics Inc.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the wound care industry with guest Mark Darty, chief executive officer at HyperMed Imaging Inc., giving particular focus to hyperspectral imaging for tissue oximetry.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses the nuances of the regulatory process for new wound care products in the United States and abroad with guest Rafael Mazuz, MBA, managing director of Diligence Wound Care Global LLC.
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In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the wound care industry with guest Matthew MacEwan, PhD, president and chief scientist at Acera Surgical.
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In this episode, podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, and Shaun Carpenter, MD, FAPWCA, CWSP, finish their discussion on (almost) all parts inherent to the ongoing debate on debridement in wound care.
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September 29, 2017 42 min
In this episode, podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, and Shaun Carpenter, MD, FAPWCA, CWSP, continue their discussion on (almost) all parts inherent to the ongoing debate on debridement in wound care.
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September 29, 2017 30 min
In this episode, podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses (almost) all parts inherent to the ongoing debate on debridement that pervades the wound care industry.
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Podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses the trending business and clinical aspects of outpatient wound care, including a particular focus on hyperbaric therapy, with Thomas E. Serena, MD, FACS, FACHM, MAPWCA.
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Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, speaks with Today’s Wound Clinic editorial board members Frank Aviles Jr., PT, CWS, FACCWS, CLT, and Heather Hettrick, PT, PhD, CWS, CLT-LANA, CLWT, about the importance of lymphedema best practices in the outpatient wound center.
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April 8, 2017 29 min
In this episode, podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses the science and best practices of lymphedema with Frank Aviles Jr, PT, CWS, FACCWS, CLT, and Sarah Yonak, senior product manager with Tactile Medical.
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In this episode, podcast host Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, speaks with a panel of wound care experts about what’s affecting the clinical and business side of outpatient wound clinics.
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