Nursing and respiratory collaboration prevents BiPAP-related pressure ulcers

11-16-2018 13:34

Accorda, 2015

Pediatric patients better tolerated the BiPAP mask when cushioned by a prophylactic foam dressing. The dressing also absorbed moisture and shear as well as redistributed pressure under respiratory devices to prevent skin breakdown better than other dressings.

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