Wound care has become one of the fastest growing needs for home care services. Clear Diamond’s Care clinicians are trained and experienced in wound management, the healing process, and the selection and use of effective wound products and devices. Clear Diamond HealthCare nurses and therapists have access to the latest standards of practice and products for wound care. This includes a comprehensive clinical training program that has been designed to:

✨ Improve patient comfort

✨ Decrease time spent on dressing changes

✨ Improve healing time

✨ Prevent complications

How Patients Benefit from Clear ’DIamond’s Wound Care Program

IV therapy at home for infections
Assistance with medication management
Exercise programs to improve strength, endurance, and ability to do activities of daily living
Personal care assistance by the home care aide
Coordination with other providers of medical equipment, community social services, medical transportation, etc.
Clear Diamond’s clinical training materials keep licensed nurses and physical therapists up to date with current treatment trends and allow them to continually improve their clinical knowledge and competency.

The skills and attention of these knowledgeable and experienced clinicians directly benefits individuals who are facing the challenges of coping with wounds and the debilitating complications.

There are a number of services that can be provided to assist individuals with wounds. These include:

Standardized evidence-based wound treatment protocols for specific types of wounds.
Recommendations for support surfaces or other devices to promote wound healing and to prevent additional wounds or complications.
Patient/Caregiver education regarding self-monitoring of signs and symptoms of complications, how to manage the wound in the home and how to prevent future wounds from occurring.
Counselling on the types of foods, supplements and diets that can promote wound healing as well as on activities appropriate to the patient’s condition to prevent wound related debilities.
Ongoing communication and collaboration with the patient’s treating physician regarding the patient’s progress toward healing as well as treatment options for wounds that are difficult to heal.