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Ten top tips: Preventing device-related pressure ulcers

Andrea Dyer
26 February 2015

<p class="p1">In the current battle to eliminate all avoidable pressure ulcers nurses now report and examine every episode of tissue damage where pressure is believed to have been a contributing factor. This reporting has led to a wealth of data which not only identify ulcer category, but also the site and source of pressure. </p>n<p> </p>

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