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* 1. How many years have you been practicing wound care?


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* 2. At an initial patient visit, do you feel comfortable making the diagnosis of a venous ulcer based on patient history, clinical appearance and a normal arterial screening exam?

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* 3. Do you feel that the diagnosis of a venous ulcer must wait until formal venous Duplex scanning has been performed?

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* 4. Can a lower extremity ulcer be confidently diagnosed as venous because the arterial screen is normal and the venous Duplex is abnormal?

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* 5. Are there clinical criteria that could allow you to say with confidence that a particular leg ulcer is NOT venous (e.g. pathergy, tendon exposure, violaceous borders, etc.)?

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* 6. Do you perform some objective method of arterial screening on every patient with a lower extremity ulcer, preferably in your office/clinic (e.g. ABI, transcutaneous oxygen, skin perfusion pressure)?

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* 7. What lesions are you most likely to refer to a venous expert?

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