Gregory Schultz

Wound Infection Made Easy

It is important that clinicians understand how infection develops, how signs and symptoms manifest in various aetiologies, and how and when to initiate use of topical antimicrobials and systemic antibiotics in wounds clinically diagnosed as infected. This made easy reviews current practice and...

MMPs Made Easy

This article describes what MMPs are and the importance of their role in normal and disrupted wound healing. In particular, it discusses the relevance of MMPs to clinical practice, including current and potential interventions aimed at modulating their activity.

EPA Made Easy

Elevated protease activity (EPA) may disrupt wound healing. This Made Easy describes the types of wounds that may have EPA and how wounds with EPA may be identified. The methods that may be used to reduce protease activity to a level where healing can progress are also discussed.

Wound bed preparation revisited

The concepts of wound bed preparation and TIME were created in 2003 to help clinicians identify the key barriers to healing in individual patient’s wounds and to design treatment strategies to correct them. Studies showed that educating wound care providers on the principles of wound bed...

MMPs Made Easy

This article describes what MMPs are and the importance of their role in normal and disrupted wound healing. It discusses the relevance of MMPs to clinical practice, including content and potential interventions aimed at modulating their activity