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The Origin of WoundCloud

Wound Cloud began as a vision for a new approach to teaching wound caregivers about the science of wound prevention, diagnosis and healing, integrating multimedia elements such as PowerPoint presentations, journal articles, including research publications, and videos,elaborating concepts for both the biochemistry and cellular biology as well as the clinical science of wound healing.

The idea of Wound Cloud was specifically provoked after investigating and observing how few medical schools, worldwide, have modern, wound healing curricula, with both basic science and clinical elements. Stimulation to continue to develop this idea was based on the concept of "Teaching the Teachers," where first generation physicians.....read more

This is a demo of the Wound Cloud Educational Platform

The biochemical and cellular basis of wound healing

Now moving on to integrating our knowledge learned in the basic science course with our clinical knowledge and skill set requirements


1.  Developing countries and regions

2.. Underserved regions of developed countries:

     - Urban areas:
          - New York City
          - Philadelphia:
               - "Promise Zone" (See Topic 6.):
                    - Drexel University and Medical School
                    - Home (wound) nursing agencies
                    - WoundCloud
               -  Margolis D, et al. Diabetic ulcers and amputations
Philadelphia (See Topic 6.)
          - Chicago
          - Los Angeles
     - Native American Reservations
     - Appalachia
     - Rural Georgia:
          - Precedent for Medicare funding wound telemedicine

Imagine a virtual wound patient and wound, accessible from any angle, and level of magnification, including the tissue, cellular and subcellular level. Animation can be used both classroom study of individual wound types as well as virtualizing a patient and wound case for individual and/or group consultation, both, and archived. 

Also, imagine being able to open windows to simultaneously view the clinical patient and wound, and the histology, pathology and biochemistry that is not only causing the wound, but that is contributing to the chronicity or delayed healing of the wound.

1.   IDF

2.   ADA

3.   Buruli

4.   Hansen's Disease

5.   Venous Ulcers

6.   Pressure Ulcers

3.   ......

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