Pressure Ulcers: Prevention, Care & Management

Pressure ulcers (also called bedsores or pressure sores) are preventable with proper nursing care.  In fact, CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid) has deemed the development of pressure ulcers to be so preventable in both acute and long-term care settings that it has stopped reimbursing for medical charges related to treatment of the ulcers.  This is useful video on the this topic.

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  1. scott says:

    Through many trials and failures I have finally been able to heal a sacral pressure wound using some bandaging techniques. And it has remained healed. The wounds were deemed chronic and two years old, yet they are healed. I want to share with others dealing with these types of wound the techniques that worked for me. So, I put it on line for all to see. I am simply sharing this info, not charging for it. Go to

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