A Chronic Complex Pressure Injury using PICO 14 sNPWT: Case study

Managing Chronic wounds in Aged care presents many challenges.

This case study looks at the use of PICO 14 sNPWT in managing a Chronic Complex Pressure injury in the Aged care setting.

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Chloe Jansz

Nurse Practitioner/ CDE

Nursing Service Director of Healthcare United

PhD Candidate

NP/CDE/ PhD Candidate; MNursing; GradCertDiabEd; GradCertWomHlth; GradDipWoundMgmt

Chloe has completed a Master of Nursing/Nurse Practitioner endorsed under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency; holding 3 notations, Acute and Supportive Care, Primary Care and Aged Care. Chloe is the Nursing Service Director for Healthcare United, a wound and diabetes consultancy and education company. Chloe has lecturered at a range of universities including Swinburne University, RMIT and La Trobe University. Chloe is one of the coordinators of a Wound Education Company called Wounds World with A/Prof Bill McGuiness.

Chloe is a Credentialed Diabetes Educator and is currently doing her PhD in; the factors influencing patient concordance in compression therapy. Chloe through Healthcare United has clinical rooms at Western Private Hospital, NorthWest Vascular, Shepparton and East Melbourne working collaboratively with plastic, vascular, orthopaedic surgeons and cardiologists, as well as, aged care facilities and private patients, both clinically and in research. Chloe’s aim is to bridge the gap to access of quality care, to decrease the burden of disease chronic wounds can have.

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