Coloplast Biatain Alginate Ag Dressing,6″ x 6″ (15cm x 15cm),Each,3765

Coloplast Biatain Alginate Ag Dressing

Coloplast Biatain Alginate Ag Dressing,6″ x 6″ (15cm x 15cm),Each,3765 Coloplast Biatain Alginate Ag Dressing features superior absorption for infected sloughy wounds and cavity filling. It is a highly absorbent silver alginate dressing for moderately to heavily exuding infected wounds of any size, shape, and depth. This Biatain foam dressing can be used on all partial to full thickness wounds, including leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, foot ulcers, donor sites, traumatic wounds, and second-degree burns. Biatain Alginate Ag Dressing Highlights: Ideal for cavity filling Unique dressing integrityPatented with a silver complexMinimal risk of leakage and maceration

Navigating the healthcare system in the U.S. is often confusing and disheartening, but it doesn’t have to be. In his new book, The Patient’s Playbook, Leslie D. Michelson, the CEO of Private Health Management, offers tips for how get the most out of medical care and how to make the system better work for you from the ground up.

Develop a strong bond with your primary care physician. How is your current relationship with your internist? Do you trust and respect her and feel comfortable telling her secrets that affect your health? Is he someone who, if you were experiencing a variety of symptoms, would stay engaged until the two of you could wrap a diagnosis around the problem and determine the best treatment plan? When you develop this relationship, you’re forging a bond with someone who will be invested in your wellbeing for the long haul—and who will be dogged about getting you in for the preventative exams that are right for you. If you don’t have a primary care physician, you are driving without a seatbelt.

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