Wound Care Nursing

Wound care nursing is an especially fulfilling practice because nurses actually help the body heal. The wound care nurses are specialized in the evaluation and treatment of skin breakdown and wounds, especially pressure of ulcers. The average pay for a Wound Care Nurse is $28.63 per hour and $66,164 per year. Some of the most common roles and responsibilities of wound care nurses include

  • Excellent nursing care for wounded/injured patients
  • Assessment and monitoring of injuries
  • Educates patients and caretakers on prevention of wounds, injuries and infections
  • Complete proper medicare reimbursement documentation and issue instructions to encourage wound healing and skin breakdown prevention
  • Sanitize and maintain the premises of wound care neat, clean and hygienic

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