Wet Cement—A Preventable Cause of Chemical Burn

An often unrecognized and completely preventable chemical injury is alkali burn from wet cement.  I recently published a case report and discussion on cement burns in Advances in Skin and Wound Care. Serious morbidity can occur from unrecognized cement burns, and...

New Textbook Chapter on Pressure Injuries & Chronic Wounds

I am thrilled that my chapter entitled Pressure Injury and Chronic Wounds was just published in a major new reference work. The textbook is entitled Geriatric Medicine: A Person Centered Evidence Based Approach and is available on Springerlink. My chapter is...

A Review of the Skin Failure Concept

My new paper entitled Skin Failure: Concept Review and Proposed Model is now available electronically ahead of print (EPUB) on the Advances in Skin and Wound Care website, and will appear in print March of 2022.  The manuscript reviews the skin failure concept,...

Medical Device Related Pressure Injury to the Ear due to Mask

My recent article in the June issue of Advances in Skin and Wound Care reviews the problem of pressure injury to the ear related to masks.  In the article I present a case report of a wound behind the ear of a long-term care resident who sustained a pressure injury to...

New Review on Aging Skin, with Considerations for Clinicians

My review article entitled Clinical Aspects of Aging Skin is now online in the January edition of Advances in Skin & Wound Care, and is available on line at this link.  This article is filled with practical information for the wound care practitioner, but does...