A Review on Pressure Ulcer: Aetiology, Cost, Detection and Prevention Systems

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Mishu, Mahbub C.; Dubey, Venketesh N.; Hickish, Tamas F.; Cole, Jonathan;
(2014)

Pressure ulcer (also known as pressure sore, bedsore, ischemia, decubitus ulcer) is a global challenge for today’s healthcare society. Found in several locations in the human body such as the sacrum, heel, back of the head, shoulder, knee caps, it occurs when soft tissu... View more
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