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Complex Wound Management: NDIS High Intensity Daily Personal Activities

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NDIS workers may need to care for NDIS participants who require assistance with complex wound care and management. All support workers performing wound care must complete relevant training, and work under the direction of an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) workers may need to care for NDIS participants who require assistance with complex wound care and management. All support workers performing wound care must complete relevant training, and work under the direction of an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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Siri
17 Sep 2021
Any reddened areas on the skin need to be noted and treated to maintain skin integrity as a breakdown in the skin can lead to wounds that may then cause infection which may then cause further problems to a patient's overall health. Any wounds on the skin need to be observed, documented and treated appropriately in consultation with the treating doctor's advice.
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Ola Francis
08 Sep 2021
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Alayna Quaill
22 Nov 2021
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Dawn kerr
02 Oct 2021
Reminds the reader what a specialised area wounds are .needs to be reviewed regularly by a trained wound specialised. TO DO NO HARM
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Tamara Staehr
06 Sep 2021
Great read
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Anandalatha yedla
07 Sep 2021
Excellent education.
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Yonghui Chen
01 Sep 2021
Very good
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Eleni Kosmidou
11 Feb 2022
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Sophie Kirkman
11 Sep 2021
Succinct, yet comprehensive overview of complex wound management areas. Implicit important role of nurses to educate patients in regular self-assessment and care, as part of developing their health literacy, to better recover from and to prevent chronic wounds.
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Jill Treganowan
01 Jun 2022
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