Tag Archive: wound care

Nov 03

Information on Post Operative Infections


These days, the actual act of performing a surgery is likely to have a surprisingly low risk associated with it. While surgeries are a safe option in this day and age, there is obviously still a certain level of risk, though most of it comes from after the operation is complete. This is the risk …

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Nov 04

Exploring Skin Grafting With Dr. C Birkedal

Skin grafting has over the years proven to be a solution that stands out among many used for healing burns and other related skin damage. Dr C. Birkedal goes into detail about skin grafting, defining it and explaining the process in this article.

Apr 15

Skin Graft Surgery Explained

If you have ever wondered what skin graft surgery is then this recent article by Dr. Birkedal should clear it up for you. http://cbirkedal.com/blog/what-is-skin-graft-surgery/   Posted By: AXIOM Health Care Marketing

Apr 11

What Is Skin Graft Surgery?

At one point or another in life we all face a serious medical problem. Having a burn or other harm done to your skin can be very painful. Along with the pain is a variety of other concerns. But there is a solution to this problem. It is called skin graft surgery and it is …

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Mar 11

Stay Healthy: Avoiding Infections From Surgery

One to three percent of people develop an infection after surgery. Keep yourself safe and healthy with Dr. Birkedal’s guide on avoiding infections after surgery. Check it out here… http://cbirkedal.com/blog/an-overview-on-how-to-prevent-surgery-related-infections/ Posted By: AXIOM Healthcare Marketing

Dec 16

An Overview on How to Prevent Surgery Related Infections

An Overview on How to Prevent Surgery Related Infections Surgery is performed every day in the United States to correct, enhance or improve the health and appearance of people. While many surgeries occur without complications, some surgeries do have complications. One of the most common complications after surgery is getting a “Surgical Site Infection (SSI)” …

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