New opportunities to improve pressure ulcer prevention and treatment: implications of the CMS inpatient hospital care present on admission indicators/hospital-acquired conditions policy: a consensus paper from the International Expert Wound Care Advisory Panel.

@article{Armstrong2008NewOT,
  title={New opportunities to improve pressure ulcer prevention and treatment: implications of the CMS inpatient hospital care present on admission indicators/hospital-acquired conditions policy: a consensus paper from the International Expert Wound Care Advisory Panel.},
  author={David G. Armstrong and Elizabeth A. Ayello and Kathleen Leask Capitulo and Evonne Fowler and Diane L. Krasner and Jeffrey M. Levine and R Gary Sibbald and Adrianne P S Smith},
  journal={Advances in skin & wound care},
  year={2008},
  volume={21 10},
  pages={469-78}
}

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