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The Management of Pressure Ulcers in Primary and Secondary Care

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The Management of Pressure Ulcers in Primary and Secondary Care

Publisher: Royal College of Nursing
Number of pages: 464

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The main areas examined by the Guideline are: holistic assessment for the risk of delayed healing or complications of having a pressure ulcer; the ulcer assessment; pressure-relieving support surfaces for the treatment of pressure ulcers; mobility, positioning and re-positioning for the treatment of pressure ulcers; dressings and topical agents for the treatment of pressure ulcers; debridement for the treatment of pressure ulcers; nutritional support; etc.

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