Why is the heel important?
Listen to Prof. Nick Santamaria from the University of Melbourne, Australia as he explains the vulnerability of the heel and why it is important from a procurement perspective.
Professional education programme to give insights and the training solutions that may be needed to drive change and advance patient outcomes within your healthcare organisation
Focus on learning to care for pressure ulcers and bed sores
Pressure ulcers, also known as bed sores, can be serious injuries that can adversely affect the quality of life for patients and pose care challenges for healthcare professionals. Prevention protocols exist but are not as widespread as they could be, making pressure ulcers one of the most common hospital-acquired conditions. To prevent pressure ulcers, clinicians and healthcare workers can continue their professional education about pressure injury risk factors, prevention protocols and techniques and best-practice wound treatment.
Leading the way in prevention
Despite the existence of prevention protocols, pressure ulcers are still one of the most common hospital-acquired conditions