Events

European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP) forum meeting set for April

From April 4-6, the EPUAP (external link, opens in a new window), together with World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) (external link, opens in a new window), will host a focus group in Berlin (external link, opens in a new window). In keeping with the themes EPUAP and WUWHS address in their work, the program will address topics, such as introduction to skin, skin function, skin aging and skin research; pressure ulcers in infancy and in aging skin and superficial skin changes in aged and dry skin.

Mölnlycke Health Care is an EPUAP partner, and as such, will participate in the forum as a part of the industry session. We will have a small stand with the thematic aim of establishing Mölnlycke Health Care as a leader in pressure ulcer prevention.

Further reading

Mepilex Border Sacrum

An all-in-one foam dressing proven to minimize patient pain and trauma to the wound and surrounding skin. It has three main design features: to fit the anatomy of the sacral area; to prevent pressure ulcers, and to create an optimal healing...

Mepilex Border Heel

An all-in-one foam dressing specifically designed to fit the heel. Its five-layer absorbent foam structure with Safetac, effectively absorbs and retains exudate, and maintains a moist wound environment....

Pressure ulcers – Prevention and treatment

Pressure ulcers – the most frequent type of expensive, avoidable side-effect of care – have been estimated to cost a facility USD 10,288 per occurrence. ...

Pressure ulcer prevention protocols into practice: Pressure ulcers are a patient safety issue

Jacqui Fletcher, Clinical Strategy Director, Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, United Kingdom We know, as healthcare professionals, that pressure ulcers are a real issue facing both patients and the healthcare facilities in which we work. At the heart...

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