The site of the leaking cerebral wound requires creating a sterile situation to allow the fluid to flow out, but not allow bacteria to enter.
If managed appropriately, wound exudate should begin to decrease as healing progresses.
The attached resume demonstrates in depth expertise in medical/health practice, teaching, research, law and publication.
The work settings ranged from private/public hospitals and clinics, insurance companies, private/public colleges to military healthcare settings.
Acute and chronic exudate Exudate is mainly water, but it also contains electrolytes, nutrients, proteins, inflammatory mediators, protein-digesting enzymes, such as matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), growth factors and waste products, as well as cells such as neutrophils, macrophages and platelets.
Individual expertise lies in the healthcare discipline with over 40 year's front line experience.
This drainage comes from the liquid created by the body as a result of tissue damage.