Wound - Stomach and Incontinence

The abundance of wound, osteomy and incontinence patients throughout Iran, the lack of specialized medical centers for them and the lack of medical staff familiarity with the scientific advances in the care of these patients, in order to improve the quality and quantity of health care and nursing (our patient-centered) In this center, like other specialized and specialized clinics, to meet the needs and improve the quality of health and prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation in patients with acute and chronic ulcers and patients with asthma and Optional and difficulties and complications related to the high level of expertise and expertise of specialized physicians Experienced, as well as with the help of qualified nurses and experienced professionals to provide services with complete diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, we can provide outpatient care and admission to the highest level of quality in accordance with the latest national and international standards.

A statistic of wound care
Every year, thousands of diabetic patients are exposed to various levels of pain due to wounds that are present at various parts of the body, especially at their feet, and this is one of the most costly and biggest problems. It affects 6% of the world's population, and the number of patients will reach 300 million by 2025. Foot ulcer occurs in 15% of diabetic patients throughout their life. In Iran, about 2.5 million people are diagnosed with diabetes, and 15 to 20 percent of these patients require amputation due to diabetic ulcers. While 50 percent of these wounds can be prevented.
- Pressurized wounds impose a huge cost to the health-care system. In the United Kingdom, about 12,000 people are added to the statistics of people with compression ulcers each year (over 65 years of age from every one in 23). A study on the basal population in the United States shows a 2.2% prevalence. The half-life of half the patients during the Hospitalization progresses and severe ulcers are found in patients hospitalized with more than 500 beds. Acquired wounds from the hospital usually develop during the first week of admission, of which more than 48% occur during the first or second day of admission, and 24% in the third or fourth day of admission. A total of 18% of the squeeze is found in patients who are cared for at home. comes.
Diabetic foot ulcer, a clinical challenge
Diabetic foot ulcer as one of the most serious complications of diabetes is one of the problems of Iranian health system. Due to the rapid growth of diabetic patients in the country, this complication will quickly become one of the major challenges in the near future. Also, the wound Diabetic foot has a profound negative effect on the lives of patients. These ulcers are highly susceptible to infection, often resulting in amputation of the organs. Therefore, they benefit from a comprehensive plan and the establishment of a specialist clinic for the treatment and care of diabetic foot ulcers. It is a very important and very important point and requires efficient and effective management assistance Zrtaly, and requires a team approach and multidisciplinary treatment and care for it.
1. Approximately 15% of diabetic patients develop a wound during a period of their life. The rate of recurrence of foot ulcers is 70% in 5 years.
2-85% of all amputations associated with diabetes are due to foot ulcer
3. In diabetic patients with lower extremity amputation, the risk of a large lesion in the second limb is 50% within 2 years.
4-5-year mortality in diabetic patients after first-wave amputation is 50%.
5. Today, every 8 seconds, an amputation occurs in the world due to diabetes. Conclusion: To reduce the rate of amputation, up to 49-85% of patients need to adopt an appropriate treatment and care strategy, including prevention, use of a multi-disciplinary team, proper organization, accurate monitoring and training, and the design and establishment of a specialized diabetic foot clinic.

The goals, mission and vision of the wound clinic
Objectives of forming an osteous clinic, wound and incontinence in Parsian specialist hospital
* Providing helpful, advisory, and educational services that are appropriate to the world's best knowledge for improving the quality of life of patients
* Identify and identify people at risk and prevent the development of their problems
* Availability of all diagnostic, therapeutic and rehab facilities
* The presence of a full medical staff and the possibility of teamwork to better serve patients
* Full support for patients and provision of services for outpatients and patients admitted during treatment and post-recovery follow-up)
* Therapeutic treatment for patients before osteomy, sedation, timely discharge, self-training of osteomy patients, uroestomy
* Basic and essential guidelines and training for incontinence patients and performing essential diagnostic tests to determine the type of treatment
* Study of the method and plan of wounds and follow up patients until complete physical and mental recovery
Specialized Ulcer and Intestinal Clinic Missions of Parsian Specialized Hospital:
Providing caring, therapeutic, counseling and educational services to all osteomy patients, wounds and incontinence and improving their quality of life is the main mission of the specialized clinic of osteomy, wound and incontinence.
* Diagnosis and treatment of advanced and up-to-date patients and proper care
* Improving the quality of life of all patients with osteomy, wound and incontinence, and reversal to social and family life.
* Preventing complications for them
* Availability of treatment, care, counseling and educational facilities for all patients referring to all hospitals in the country.
* Tracking patients after discharge and ensuring adequate training (patient and fellows) to prevent complications from returning or serious problems

Occupational Clinic Services

Wound Clinic team:

- Regarding the high importance of improving the quality of health care services to honorable patients, we decided to use the following specialist doctors' skills to perform preventive, educational, counseling, therapeutic and rehabilitation services in accordance with the protocol and method of the day.
- Colorectal Surgery Group
- General Surgery Group
- Department of Surgery and Beauty
- Vascular Surgery Department
- Department of Urology
- General Surgery Group
- Department of Pediatrics and Neonatal Surgery
- Dermatologists
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Infectious specialists
- Anthropologist
- Nutritionists
- Internal specialists (endocrine and diabetes mellitus - nephrology)
- Ultrasound and incontinence nurse
Types of visits in the wound clinic

- - Different types of diabetic wounds, especially foot and leg ulcers
- - Types of Surface Sores (Pressure Sore)
- Arterial and venous wounds
- - burn injuries
- - Unsealed wounds after surgery
- - All kinds of infectious wounds
- - Radiation and chemotherapy wounds
- - Malignant and cancerous ulcers
- Diarrhea-induced wounds in cardiac surgery (sometimes referred to as cautery in some centers).
- Treatment caused by drains and fistulas
- - Treatment of the effect of old ulcers (scar tissue)
- Treatment of accidents and accidents