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Our clinical team has identified protocols, advanced practices, and assessment and evaluation tools to help support your practice.

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Chronic ulcerating malignant skin lesions This is a link to the BC Cancer Agency clinical practice guidelines re: care of a malignant wound and product recommendations
Kennedy Terminal Ulcers This presentation discusses the characteristics of Kennedy Terminal Ulcers (KTU), the differences between KTUs and pressure...
Malignant Wounds This fast fact sheet developed by the Medical College of Wisconsin, End of Life/Palliative Education Resource Center provides...
Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: Quick Reference Guide Multiple multi-national pressure ulcer/injury advisory panel groups came together to develop clinical practice guidelines...
Symptom Management Guideline: Malignant Wounds This clinical practice guideline discusses contributing factors, assessment and management of malignant wounds in patients...
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Malignant Wounds Guideline This guideline and algorithm provides assessment and management information on malignant wounds.
Sedation for Palliative Purposes Guideline – PowerPoint Presentation This is the PowerPoint presentation that outlines details of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority guideline on Sedation...
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Guidelines for Discharge Planning for First Nations Patients Returning to Home Community for Palliative Care The Palliative  Care Program of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority has developed " Guidelines for Discharge Planning...
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