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High-tech pressure ulcer reduction

from Long-Term Living

American medicine lives between these two positions, with a strong tendency to stay closer to the former. This may be because of history, infrastructure, litigation concerns or a variety of other factors. However, our own history has shown that the conservative approach does not always accrue to the benefit of the patient. The recognition of decubitus ulcers, pressure sores, or pressure ulcers is not a new problem. Florence Nightingale in 1859 wrote, "If he has a bedsore, it's generally not the fault of the disease, but of the nursing." While she may have been naive in delivering all of the responsibility to nursing, the point is well taken. more


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