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Pressure Ulcer/Injury Resource Center

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Abstract Existing evidence is inadequate to assume increased skin temperature is a risk factor for the development of pressure ulcers (PUs). PURPOSE: The purpose of this prospective, descriptive study was to examine the relationship…

Quiz

The pressure from sitting or lying on a particular part of the body leads to reduced ________ and _________, impaired drainage of waste products, and cell damage.

A. Circulation and cell regeneration

B. Oxygen and circulation

C. Cell production and nutrient supply

D. Oxygen and nutrient supply 

 

Issue Content
Effective offloading of lower extremity ulcers can mitigate one of the direst consequences of diabetes. These authors take a look at the future of offloading using an…
Empirical Studies
Abstract The high incidence of pressure ulcers/injuries (PU/Is) among patients in intensive care units (ICUs) suggests a need for improved risk assessment. Purpose: The…
Empirical Studies
Abstract Pressure ulcers/injuries (PU/Is) affect the social, mental, and physical well-being of patients; increase treatment costs; prolong hospital stays; increase…
Guest Editorial
Despite National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel public policy initiatives, its collaboration with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on coding and…
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