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    Judy Waterlow MBE – Waterlow Score Mobile App Launch

    The Official Waterlow Score App – Mobile Pressure Ulcer Risk Assessment Developed alongside Judy Waterlow MBE back in 2013 – The Waterlow Score App allows users access to the Waterlow Pressure Ulcer Risk Assessment system via a mobile device. It’s available for FREE and is designed to aid users and increase pressure care awareness within […]

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    Infection Control For Mattress Covers

    Mattress covers can be damaged at any time which can allow body or other fluids to contaminate the inner mattress core. This can result in the potential source of contamination. The MHRA released a safety poster to help raise awareness of damaged mattress covers and associated interior mattress contamination. –          Inspect the exterior surface of […]

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    3M™ Clean-Trace™ Clinical Hygiene Monitoring

      In recent years, there has been an increased focus on the ability of hospitals to demonstrate that they operate to the highest possible standards of hygiene. Being able to demonstrate that cleaning regimes are effective plays a pivotal role in this process. Visual assessment of cleanliness has always played an important role, however more […]

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    Healing a Grade 4 Pressure Ulcer – Client Story

    In certain care scenarios providing pressure care to vulnerable patients can be extremely challenging due to individual patient requirements and a wide range of extrinsic factors. High risk users can also be at greater risk from pressure induced discomfort and can also be highly sensitive to the surfaces they rest on. All these issues can […]

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    Skin Climate Control – AeroVent™ Technology

    Managing Patient Skin and Temperature: Aerovent Technology   A patient’s skin can be weakend by excess moisture and overheating. The risks of damaging friction and forces can also be increased by the presence of excess moisture. If factors that weaken a patient’s skin can be controlled then the skin of the patient can be more […]