Category: Diabetes Care & Endocrinology

How To Care For Chronic Wounds

There are more than 6.7 million Americans living with chronic wounds. However, by being aware, receiving early intervention and proper specialized wound care, you don’t have to live with chronic wounds.

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Diabetes and Chronic Wounds

Did you know that about 25% of people with diabetes will experience a foot ulcer? The good news is that you don’t have to live with chronic wounds.

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June is Wound Care Awareness Month

Did you know that 1 in 4 families has a member with a chronic wound? The rise in non-healing wounds may be caused by an aging population and increasing rates of disease, such as diabetes, obesity, and late effects of radiation therapy.

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Managing Diabetes With In-Home Nursing Care

For more than 45 years, Adventist HealthCare Home Care Services has provided high-quality nursing care in the convenience of a patient’s home to help them live safely and independently in the community and reduce the need for hospitalization.

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Supporting a Child with Diabetes

November is American Diabetes Month. Many people think of diabetes as an adult problem, but kids and teenagers can develop diabetes as well. Nurse Rose Melendez, RN, offers her advice for parents to help children with diabetes live happy, healthy lives.

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