10 Dec Instrumentos de monitorización clínica y medida de la cicatrización en úlceras por presión y úlceras de la extremidad inferior. Desarrollo y. Las úlceras por presión (UPP) se asocian a una mayor morbi-mortalidad de los pacientes, por ello son de gran importancia todas las medidas de prevención. 12 Jul Las úlceras por presión son llagas en la piel causadas por estar en una silla o cama durante la mayor parte del día y la noche. Las úlceras por.
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The patients who had an ulcer were at risk of developing it. Risk grade obtained on the Waterlow scale was: Get Access Pir Access. Predion grado de riesgo obtenido en la escala de Waterlow fue: Their score obtained on the scale was risk in 2 patients, high risk in 5 and very high risk in the remaining 6. Thirteen patients had ulcer, in 10 of them it was present on admission. Con respecto a los cuidados aplicados diariamente se obtuvo que: The low incidence of ulcers obtained in this study allows us to consider appropriate the protocol of care.
No association was found between age, gender, diagnosis and presence of ulcer.
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Úlceras por presión
Recommended articles Citing articles 0. Resultados El grado de riesgo obtenido en la escala de Waterlow fue: Pressure ulcers PU are associated to greater patient morbidity and mortality. Abstract Pressure ulcers PU are associated to greater patient morbidity and mortality.
This descriptive study analysed the risk of developing PU in 91 critical patients with a stay greater than 3 days. Objectives 1 to assess the risk of developing PU in the patients admitted in an Intensive Care Unit ICUusing the Waterlow scale; 2 to identify patients with PU and to analyse the possible relationship between them and the measured risk; prexion to analyse the preventive care received by patients for its prevention.
In order to establish the appropriate care early, the first measure is the identification of patients at risk of developing PU, using specific scales.
Conclusions Most of the studied patients had high risk of developing PU. Method This descriptive study analysed the risk of developing PU in 91 critical patients with a stay greater than 3 days.