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Improving wound healing, aging skin with small molecule skin nutrition

from Today's Wound Clinic

It's estimated that annual wound care costs in the United States exceed $15 billion for the aging population, making improvements in wound care for this patient population a healthcare priority. The proportion of aging individuals among the general population is increasing dramatically, with the number of adults aged 65 years or older projected to almost double (from 35 million to 53 million) by the year 2030. As individuals live longer, there is an urgent need for optimal care of aging skin that is increasingly recognized. This article will discuss the challenges that healthcare providers face when helping older patients manage their skin care and offer strategies for treating aging skin in the outpatient wound care clinic at the time of patient discharge to home. more

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