Evaluation of a fluidised positioner to reduce occipital pressure injuries in intensive care patients: A pilot study

05-10-2021 11:01

Authors: Barakat-Johnson M, Lai M Gefen A, Coyer F 2018.

This pilot study aimed to evaluate the clinical efficacy and feasibility of a fluidized positioning device to reduce occipital pressure injuries in 54 bed ICU over a one-year period demonstrated a 87.7% pressure injury reduction.




#Evidence #Pressure-Injury-Prevention #Medical-Device #Turning-Positioning #Critical-Care
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