PRESERVING HOME HEALTHCARE PATIENT AUTONOMY WHILE PREVENTING PRESSURE ULCERS

Monday, July 10, 2017 2:04:11 PM America/New_York

“Findings…suggest that pressure ulcer prevention in the home health care setting is more complex than that in hospitals and nursing homes,” reports PubMed.org. Why more complex?

The high degree of patient autonomy in the home setting, limited oversight of informal caregivers by professional clinicians, and situational variables unique to each home all contribute to the challenge faced by patients and their caregivers in preventing pressure ulcers, the NCBI authors explain. Read on...

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PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTION IN PALLIATIVE CARE OF PRIMARY CONCERN

Thursday, June 15, 2017 3:48:32 PM America/New_York

“The goals of palliative wound care are stabilization of existing wounds, prevention of new wounds if possible, and symptom management of complications to improve patient comfort, well-being, and quality of life,” Torrie Burt, MSN, CRNP explains in the Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging.

At Action Products, we’re keenly aware that in elderly persons, particularly those who reside in hospital or long term care settings, but even those who are cared for at home, pressure ulcers are common. Read on...

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Infection Control Support Surfaces

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 5:10:51 PM America/New_York

What is Action's Infection Control Designon Suport Surfaces for your Operating Room? Read on...

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This is the second of several interviews conducted by our blog editor with health service providers who interact with wheelchair-bound and home healthcare patients.

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CARE MANAGERS FOCUS ON WELL-BEING AND PRESSURE RELIEF

Friday, April 14, 2017 8:22:41 AM America/New_York

This is the first of several interviews conducted by our blog editor with health service providers who interact with wheelchair-bound and home healthcare patients. 

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