Part 1. Pressure ulcer prevention. Best practice statements.


Although pressure ulcer prevention is an important issue in all areas of health care, a lack of randomised controlled trials has led to the development of clinical guidelines that rely on low-grade evidence. The best practice statement on pressure ulcer prevention consists of five sections: education and audit, risk assessment, skin inspection, positioning… (More)


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@article{Cooper2002Part1P, title={Part 1. Pressure ulcer prevention. Best practice statements.}, author={Pam J Cooper and David G Gray}, journal={Nursing times}, year={2002}, volume={98 27}, pages={34-6} }