A systematic review of interrater reliability of pressure ulcer classification systems.

@article{Kottner2009ASR,
  title={A systematic review of interrater reliability of pressure ulcer classification systems.},
  author={Jan Kottner and Kathrin Raeder and R H G Halfens and Theo W. N. Dassen},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={315-36}
}
AIMS To review systematically the interrater reliability of pressure ulcer classification systems to find out which classification should be used in daily practice. BACKGROUND Pressure ulcer classification systems are important tools in research and practice. They aim at providing accurate and precise communication, documentation and treatment decisions. Pressure ulcer classifications are criticised for their low degree of interrater reliability. DESIGN Systematic review. METHODS The data… CONTINUE READING

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