Lower leg ulceration - rescheduled to 11th August, 2021
Back by popular demand we will discuss the pathophysiology of the most common lower leg ulceration seen in community settings. We will then move on to discuss the management of venous and arterial leg ulceration, covering dressing, compression therapy and what to do when arterial reperfusion is not possible. Just remember that the data indicates that one in three over the age of 65 will have a venous leg ulcer in their lifetime.
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