Registered nurse Dana Latham applies a PICO on the foot of patient David Lyseng at the PeaceHealth Wound Healing Center Dec. 13 in Bellingham. Lyseng suffers from veinous hypertension (vericose veins) and diabetes. Latham says that the PICO, a negative pressure wound therapy device, draws out excess fluid from a wound and protects the injured area from getting dirty which helps promote healing
Registered nurse Dana Latham applies a PICO on the foot of patient David Lyseng at the PeaceHealth Wound Healing Center Dec. 13 in Bellingham. Lyseng suffers from veinous hypertension (vericose veins) and diabetes. Latham says that the PICO, a negative pressure wound therapy device, draws out excess fluid from a wound and protects the injured area from getting dirty which helps promote healing Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald
Registered nurse Dana Latham applies a PICO on the foot of patient David Lyseng at the PeaceHealth Wound Healing Center Dec. 13 in Bellingham. Lyseng suffers from veinous hypertension (vericose veins) and diabetes. Latham says that the PICO, a negative pressure wound therapy device, draws out excess fluid from a wound and protects the injured area from getting dirty which helps promote healing Paul Conrad For The Bellingham Herald

When a wound simply won’t heal, Whatcom County residents have a place to get a remedy

April 25, 2017 08:11 AM