Synopsis by Alice Day
In order to heal properly from burns, patients are expected to wear compression garments. Because of the way skin heals, scarring and other problems can be minimized if these garments are utilized. However, from time to time, doctors cannot effectively communicate the importance of following these procedures to their patients. Remodeling the Scars -- A Burn Patient's Guide to Compression Garments offers clear instructions and enumerates the ways in which the use of these garments will help manage the scarring of the skin. The program is recommended for patients over the age of ten, and for health care personnel.