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Wound care in the post-acute journey

Get wound healing back on track and get patients back to their lives.

  • Whether you’re caring for patients in the hospital, an outpatient facility, at home or as they transition between care settings — each phase of the wound healing process requires continuity of care and collaboration between providers, patients and caregivers. With 3M as your partner for science-based solutions, ongoing support and world-class education, we can help ensure the best possible outcomes. When we combine our science with your expertise, amazing things happen.

  • Real-world results

    With so many patients diagnosed with venous leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers and pressure injuries/ulcers, it's even more critical to keep patients on track and out of the hospital. See how the right balance of 3M negative pressure wound therapy and advanced wound care solutions can help transform outcomes for your patients.

  • Image of a diabetic foot ulcer

    Patient data and photos courtesy of Robert J. Klein, DPM, FACFAS, CWS; Department of Surgery, University of South Carolina – School of Medicine, Greenville, South Carolina. As with any case study, the results and outcomes should not be interpreted as a guarantee or warranty of similar results. Individual results may vary depending on the patient’s circumstances and condition.

Challenging conditions in post-acute care

Help your patients get back on their feet with 3M's unmatched portfolio of solutions for venous leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, pressure injuries and other challenging skin and wound care conditions.

  • health care provider checking a venous leg ulcer
    Venous leg ulcers (VLU)

    VLUs are a common lower extremity wound. With the onset of COVID-19, outpatient clinic visits dropped dramatically and some patients with VLUs were no longer receiving regular assessments and treatment. Interruptions in care can stall and deteriorate healing. Help patients stay on track by focusing on best practices for skin and wound management and incorporating compression therapy as the gold standard of VLU care.

  • health care provider looking at a diabetic foot ulcer
    Diabetic foot ulcers (DFU)

    DFUs are a growing concern around the world. Wound care experts recommend early and comprehensive intervention, including antibiofilm strategies. Review about evidence-based practices and  3M's four-step solution that includes skin protection, managing bioburden, optimizing the wound environment and off-loading.

  • Health care provider checking a pressure injury
    Pressure injuries (PI)

    Help prevent and treat pressure injuries using global best practices for assessment, education, prevention and treatment protocols. When you work with 3M, you have access to the best practice guideline-based training and solutions.

Proven solutions for skin and wound care

  • NOTE: Specific indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, and safety information exist for these products and therapies, some of which may be Rx only. Please consult a clinician and product instruction for use prior to application.

On-demand educational and resource offerings

24-hour access to evidence-based educational programs and resources with a focus on enhancing knowledge and skills of HCPs in the post-acute care setting.

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