Dalu K Sukumaran - BSN, RN, IIWCC (Toronto University 2021).
Wound Care Nurse - Provita International Medical Center.
I have 11-year experience in nursing with different specialties. My last experience in Wound Care Nurse and joined NMC Provita as Wound Care Nurse from Feb 13th, 2023. In my role, I oversee wound care and pressure prevention measures. I have successfully completed the Certified International Interprofessional Wound Care Course from Toronto University (2020-2021). My role involves managing complex wounds within the clinical settings, wound product reviews and trials, development of wound clinical practice guidelines, liaison with other health professionals such as occupational therapists, consultants, dietitian, specialist nurses, education, and nurse managers.
Wound Care Department
Wound care services are excellent at upholding standards for pressure injury prevention and skin integrity. we are committed to treating acute or chronic wound care treatment through a multidisciplinary approach, where you can conveniently receive the best therapy options for wound healing to help improve treatment and your quality of life. Wound care nurses specialize in the management and treatment of complex wounds, such as burns, pressure injuries, ostomies and NPWT. We collaborate with physicians and the patient care team to develop a treatment plan that fits the patient's needs. Wound care nurses assess, treat, and create care plans for patients with complex wounds, stomas, or continence issues.
- Diabetic leg and foot wounds / Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Pressure ulcers
- Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT)
- Wounds from trauma
- Burns dressing, Compromised skin grafts and flaps.
- Complex soft tissue wounds
- Necrotizing infections
- Crush injuries
- Other slow-healing wounds
- Non-healing wounds for vascular surgery patients where amputation was recommended.