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Real World Pressure Ulcers: Staging Can Be Tricky

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

This wound care Q&A answers five of the most common questions about pressure injury staging dilemmas (that you probably didn’t learn from textbooks).

Real World Pressure Injuries

 

In the world of wound care, just as in real life, the phrase, “Expect the unexpected” couldn’t be more appropriate. Clinicians can do everything exactly by the book, only to find that a wound just won’t heal, or the source of the problem appears to be one thing but then ends up being another. This is especially true with pressure injuries.

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