Examining from the bench to the bedside Complex outcomes are predicted by complex information

Examining from the bench to the bedside

Drs. Rakobowchuk and Van Hamme assess the microbiological environment that wounds habour using the latest genetic techniques to figure out all the bacteria and fungi that live inside chronic wounds and what treatments bring proper balance to these populations to enable healing.

Complex outcomes are predicted by complex information

Making decisions about how to treat a specific wound will emerge from big data when characterization of the wound microenvironment become routine. Data specialists like Dr. Piper can examine this complex data set using machine learning and create unique treatment processes more likely to successfully treat these complex ailments.

A collaboration aiming to improve wound care across multiple disease mechanisms.

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Microbiology of Wounds in Treatment

Slough research from wounds in collaboration with UBC iCORD.

Low Level Light Therapy

Applying low level light therapy in wounds

Prevention using bedding

Mapping pressure when sleeping to erratic ate pressure ulcers

Nutritional interventions to heal ulcers

Using different nutritional food stuffs to target treatment of ulcers.