What is Wound Care?
Residents at a nursing home can develop wounds for different reasons. Some of the reasons are; bedsores, injuries, neuropathic ulcers or a chronic condition. Since nursing home residents are susceptible to wounds and infections, it is imperative that a nursing home provides quality wound care to residents.
As per CDC’s statistics, residents at a nursing home are more likely to have pre-existing conditions leading to wounds, i.e. diabetes. Such wounds may result in severe health problems. Wound care ensures that a wound does not get infected, in order for the residents to enjoy a better quality of life.
Wound Care Service at Tranquil Loving Care
Wounds can be of different types and sizes. Regardless, these wounds can seriously impede the well-being of a person by hindering both mobility and nutrition. Tranquil Loving Care’s medical staff consists of experienced wound care nurses. Our staff is available on-premises and works dedicatedly on a patient-centric wound care and management plan to treat, monitor and manage a wound.