The Effect of Using a Low-Air-Loss Surface on the Skin Integrity of Obese Patients: Results of a Pilot Study
Pemberton V, et al. | Ostomy Wound Management | 2009

This study assesses the impact of a new low-air-loss, continuous lateral rotation therapy bed in 21 obese, bariatric acute care patients. During this pilot study, pressure ulcers decreased in size from an average 5.2 cm2 to 2.6 cm2, and no new pressure ulcers developed.

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  • Care Settings: Acute Care
  • Clinical Focus: Bariatric Care
  • Content Type: Journal Articles
  • Related Products: Compella™ Bariatric Bed
  • Reference: Pemberton V, Turner V, VanGilder Cl. Ostomy Wound Management. 2009;55(2):44-48.