PATS...A Positioning and Turning Study
Mary Gloeckner RN, MS, CWON, APN; Mary McLaughlin, BSN, RN, CWOCN; Dorothy Hughes, ASN Trinity Medical Center-Rock Island, ILThe Postitioning and Turning Study (PATS) took place on a 33-bed oncology unit within a full service 514 bed acute care hospital. This particular unit had been struggling with an increase in the number of hospital acquired pressure ulcers. The wound care nurses were concerned that this could be related to inconsistency with turning and repositioning of these high risk patients.
- PATS...A Positioning and Turning Study
- The Positioning and Turning Study(PATS) took place on a 33 bed oncology unit within a full service 514 bed acute care hospital.
Products Applicable to this Study:
BeddingWAFFLE Econo Extended Care Plus Mattress Overlay w/pumpRecommended for Long Term Care and Home Care -Six Month Warranty. Pressure Ulcer...