Healing of venous ulcers in an ambulatory care program: the roles of chronic venous insufficiency and patient compliance.

@article{Erickson1995HealingOV,
  title={Healing of venous ulcers in an ambulatory care program: the roles of chronic venous insufficiency and patient compliance.},
  author={Carla A Erickson and Daniela Aparecida Lanza and Debra Karp and Joseph C. Edwards and Gary R. Seabrook and Robert A. Cambria and Julie Ann Freischlag and Jonathan B. Towne},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={1995},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={
          629-36
        }
}
PURPOSE A nurse-managed/physician-supervised treatment program for venous ulceration was evaluated to determine the influence of venous hemodynamics, comorbidities, patient behavior, and ulcer characteristics on time to healing and time to recurrence. METHODS The clinical course and long-term follow-up of 71 patients with 99 venous ulcers diagnosed between November 1981 and August 1994 were analyzed by a retrospective review of clinic records. Demographic data, severity of venous… CONTINUE READING
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