Advanced Treatment of Difficult Wounds

Session 14: Pain Management

Friday, November 2
3:40 PM - 4:40 PM
Location: Forum 7-10

Wound pain is often described as one of the worst aspects of living with a wound, and chronic wound patients often suffer from chronic pain. Pain management, or lack thereof, may impact ulcer healing. Failing to assess and address patient pain and suffering can negatively affect outcomes of care. Additionally, inadequately assessing pain can also have legal ramifications. Join this session to develop your own personal toolkit to use, with an array of pain management options based on the wound type and pain location.

Daniel G. Federman, MD

Professor of Medicine
Yale University School of Medicine

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Daniel G. Tobin, MD, FACP

Associate Professor of Medicine, Medical Director
Yale University School of Medicine

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