Dressings can prevent pressure ulcers: fact or fallacy? The problem of pressure ulcer prevention

@inproceedings{Butcher2009DressingsCP,
  title={Dressings can prevent pressure ulcers: fact or fallacy? The problem of pressure ulcer prevention},
  author={Martyn Butcher and Geoffrey Thompson},
  year={2009}
}
Martyn Butcher is an Independent Non-medical Prescriber, Independent Tissue Viability and Wound Care Consultant; Geoffrey Thompson is an Infection Prevention/Control Audit and Research Nurse, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust NHS UK, Independent Tissue Viability Nurse, Trustee member, Wound Care Alliance UK In part one of this two-part article, the authors discuss the aetiology of pressure ulcers, the means of identifying those patients at risk, the range of clinical intervention strategies… CONTINUE READING

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