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Preventing pressure ulcers


Maximum Order: 50

Series : Pressure ulcers

Published : January 2013
Page Length : 4
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Norfolk Community Health and Care

If you spend most of your time in an armchair, wheelchair or bed, the last thing you need is a pressure ulcer, also known as a bed sore. It is better to prevent them as they can take a long time to heal. If they are left untreated, complications may occur which could be fatal. This guide lets you know what you and your carer can do to help prevent developing a pressure ulcer. AVAILABLE TO NCH&C STAFF ONLY.


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