A Pilot Study of a New Air Loss Treatment Surface in the Critical Care Setting
Fimiani J, et al. | 2008

This observational study of 30 critical care patients evaluated the impact of a pressure redistribution surface with electronic sensors on existing pressure ulcers. During the study, existing pressure ulcers decreased in volume by an average of 41% and in area by an average of 9%.

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  • Care Settings: Acute Care
  • Clinical Focus: Pressure Ulcer Management
  • Content Type: Abstracts / Posters
  • Related Products: VersaCare® P500
  • Reference: Fimiani J, Cohen E, VanGilder C. A Pilot Study of a New Air Loss Treatment Surface in the Critical Care Setting. Poster presented at: Symposium on Advances of Skin & Wound Care. 2008.