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Top results for pressure ulcer
101. Association of race and sites of care with pressure ulcers in high-risk nursing home residents.
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102. Preventing pressure ulcers in hospitals: a systematic review of nurse-focused quality improvement interventions
103. Cross-sectional study: The Braden Scale and Care Dependency Scale each demonstrate at least 70% sensitivity and specificity for identifying inpatients at risk of pressure ulcer
104. Randomised controlled trial: Skin protection wheelchair cushions for older nursing home residents reduce 6-month incidence of ischial tuberosity pressure ulcers compared with segmented foam cushions
107. Review: alternative-foam mattresses and some operating-table overlays reduce pressure ulcers more than standard surfaces
109. Cross-sectional study: Wound prevalence in community care settings in Ireland ranges from 2.7% in prisons to 33.5% in intellectual disability services, with pressure ulcers, leg ulcers, self-inflicted abrasions and surgical wounds the most common
110. Cross-sectional study: Small study finds 27.7% prevalence of pressure ulcers in paediatric hospitals in Switzerland, with many cases caused by external medical devices
111. Disease-specific, versus standard, nutritional support for the treatment of pressure ulcers in institutionalized older adults: a randomized controlled trial
112. Assessing predictive validity of the modified Braden scale for prediction of pressure ulcer risk of orthopaedic patients in an acute care setting
115. Specialty mattresses for the prevention and management of pressure ulcers: a review of the clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and guidelines
The aim of this study is to translate and validate a valuation scale of the risk of developing PU in hospitalised children: the Braden Q scale. The specific aims are as follows:
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