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Pressure Injury Documentation and Assessment - A Guide to State-of-the-Art Staging and Recording of PIs

Pressure Injury Documentation and Assessment - A Guide to State-of-the-Art Staging and Recording of PIs
 
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Pressure injuries (PIs) are common, difficult to treat, and costly. An estimated 2.5 million hospital patients each year develop a PI, and 60,000 die. Timely and accurate assessment and documentation supported by the latest technology are essential for managing PIs and ensuring that patients receive the care they deserve.

This well-referenced guide to PI assessment and documentation, sponsored by Net Health, describes the clinical features and staging of PIs and discusses the benefits of digital documentation in terms of PI prevention and return on investment.

For wound care professionals seeking to improve clinical results in their patients at risk for PIs, this guide offers a new digital aid to assessment and documentation.

This white paper discusses the following topics:

Epidemiology and costs of PIs
Pathophysiology and clinical characteristics of PIs
National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel PI staging
Unstageable, deep tissue, and mucosal membrane PIs
PI prevention through digital documentation
Benefits of the Net Health/Tissue Analytics documentation system

Sponsored by Net Health

Pressure injuries (PIs) are common, difficult to treat, and costly. An estimated 2.5 million hospital patients each year develop a PI, and 60,000 die. Timely and accurate assessment and documentation supported by the latest technology are essential for managing PIs and ensuring that patients receive the care they deserve.

This well-referenced guide to PI assessment and documentation, sponsored by Net Health, describes the clinical features and staging of PIs and discusses the benefits of digital documentation in terms of PI prevention and return on investment.

For wound care professionals seeking to improve clinical results in their patients at risk for PIs, this guide offers a new digital aid to assessment and documentation.

This white paper discusses the following topics:

Epidemiology and costs of PIs
Pathophysiology and clinical characteristics of PIs
National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel PI staging
Unstageable, deep tissue, and mucosal membrane PIs
PI prevention through digital documentation
Benefits of the Net Health/Tissue Analytics documentation system

Sponsored by Net Health

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