Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot
Wound treatment and dressing change
The speed of wound healing depends on many factors. A properly treated wound, in a healthy patient, usually takes no more than two weeks to heal. However, there are situations in which wound healing is difficult and its treatment may take up to several months or longer. Important factors influencing wound healing time are, for example: the patient’s age, location and size of the wound, infection, cigarettes smoking, diet and other diseases (e.g. diabetes). Hindered healing is most often associated with insufficient blood circulation in the wound area, which limits the availability of oxygen and nutrients, slowing down tissue regeneration. A difficult-to-heal (chronic) wound may cause severe pain, limit the patient’s mobility and became potential infection gateway. We provide mobile wounds treatment service. Our nurse came to the patient’s home, which is convenient and minimizes the possibility of intra-hospital infections. We specialize in treating difficult-to-heal wounds, ulcers, burns and diabetic foot. We have many years of experience in the healing of chronic wounds. In therapy, we use state of the art dressings (moisture, pH, aseptic) and disinfectants that shorten the treatment time and reduce pain. We also offer care for bedridden patients at increased risk of developing pressure ulcers. We perform anti-bedsore prophylaxis and treat bedsores. Our nurses also provide education in the field of anti-bedsore prophylaxis for patients, their families and caregivers.
|Type of service||Price|
|Dressing change||60 zl|
|Treatment of pressure ulcers||60zł - 200zł|
Wound treatment prices do not include dressings. The prices for dressing changes / treatment of wounds are indicative. A precise valuation can be made after examination of the wound, and the cost depends on the complexity of the procedure, e.g. the need to change a few dressings, difficult access to the wound, removal of dead tissue, the need to change the diaper during the procedure, etc. The service does not include hygienic preparation of the patient for the procedure (e.g. body toilet for lying patients)