Venous Leg Ulcers and Bandaging Regimens

To be able to present and discuss the venous leg ulcer, primary evidence gathered by prior empirical research processes had been included as references. The data and concepts presented are then analyzed and compared.The study is focused on the cases of venous leg ulcerations specifically in the management of such cases. Venous leg ulceration is one of the types of leg ulcerations that can affect a significant percentage of the population. Based on statistical evidence, the venous type of leg ulceration can affect a larger number specifically 76% of the people with leg ulcerations. Management of the cases of leg ulceration is the most important aspect in the treatment process due to the negative aspects of the disease such as pain and the procedure for healing itself. Another issue that is needed to be considered is the proper diagnosis of cause due to the possible dangers in case the real cause of ulceration is arterial because the main intervention can worsen the case (Closs, Nelson and Briggs, 2008, p.638).The cases of venous leg ulcers are commonly treated and managed through compression bandaging. In the research undertaken, the analyses of other forms of treatment and management as well as the different techniques that can be used are taken into account.There are three types of research included in the study undertaken. All of these were involved in the analysis of the procedures and techniques that are related to the management and treatment of venous leg ulcers.One of the studies that are included in the research undertaken is focused on the use of one of the most important treatment intervention in the management of venous leg ulcer. This is based on the fact that although the use of compression bandaging had been accepted and proven to cure the venous leg ulcers, there are cases wherein the said procedure is not applied by the district nurses and other medical professionals.