Purdue University Professor has Seen Evolution of Pressure Injury Treatment

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 2:38:36 PM America/New_York

Jean Hayes, RN, MS, now retired from Purdue University (North Central) School of Nursing in Indiana and from her long-standing practice in the home health care industry, says she’s seen it all. Interviewed at length by our Action Products blog editor, Hayes recalls the evolution of nursing practices over her forty year career.

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Visit Action for Pressure Injury Prevention at the OR Manager Conference

Monday, September 17, 2018 2:48:55 PM America/New_York

At Action Products, our main concern is preventing the development of pressure injuries. We address the risks to patient skin integrity in the perioperative setting through the creation of pressure-relieving and redistributing devices, including positioners, table pads, and overlays.  These devices work by reducing or redistributing pressure, thus reducing friction and shearing forces. The guiding principle at work is pressure injury prevention through the right-sizing of each product.

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Injury Prevention in the OR- It May Take More than Moisture to Create MASD

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 9:50:04 AM America/New_York

“Although evidence is lacking, clinical experience suggests that MASD (moisture-associated skin damage) requires more than moisture alone,” researchers from the University of Virginia’s Department of Urology comment.

Damage might be attributable to multiple factors, they point out, including: 

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Action Products- Once Again in the 100%

Friday, August 3, 2018 12:01:00 PM America/New_York

When devices and products intended for adult bodies are retrofitted for pediatric use, that does nothing but elevate risks and cause discomfort. Here at Action Products headquarters, we were thrilled to learn that, for the second year in a row, our specifically right-sized pediatric products are being used in 100% of the children’s hospitals named in the US News 2018-2019 Honor Roll.

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