Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust Expert wound and skin care
The skin care service is an NHS service for adults. The service is provided by a team of expert nurses who have undergone additional training and development in all aspects of wound and skin care. We offer help and treatment to all patients with complex skin conditions and leg ulcers. Our service is provided through a number of settings including;
Wound Care EHR and Solutions – WoundExpert | Net Health
Net Health Wound Care (formerly WoundExpert) is a sophisticated, yet simple-to-use, web-based EHR for wound care management. Robust configurability makes it ideal for both single outpatient wound care centers or multi-facility organizations. Integrated clinical, financial and regulatory tools enhance performance and patient care.
WoundExpert® | Wound Care Software
Net Health’s WoundExpert® is a cloud-based EMR powering wound care for clinics, LTC/LTAC, SNFs and independent physicians. Integrated clinical, compliance, financial and reporting tools optimize performance, workflow and outcomes. Click to visit product manufacturer’s website
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When to get medical help. Call NHS 111 or visit your local walk-in centre , minor injuries unit or GP surgery if there’s a risk your wound could become infected, or you think it’s already infected. A wound is at risk of infection if: it’s been contaminated with dirt, pus or other bodily fluids.
Wound care in the NHS: the need for a national wound care …
Jacqui Fletcher is an Independent Wound Care Consultant, Senior Nurse Advisor – Stop the Pressure Programme (NHS Improvement). References: Guest JF et al. (2015) Health economic burden that wounds impose on the National Health Service in the UK. BMJ Open 5: e009283. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009283