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The Arjo Pressure Injury Prevention Solution Set

Arjo’s Pressure Injury Prevention (PIP) portfolio includes highly specialised therapeutic beds, mattress replacement systems, and a range of other support surfaces.

Our support systems for pressure injury prevention are designed to help you optimise clinical outcomes and to help prevent the negative impact of immobility.

Earlier and Targeted

Objectively alerts clinicians to specific anatomical areas of a patient’s body at increased risk for developing pressure injuries.
The SEM Scanner can alert to increased risk 5 days (median) before visual skin assessment.3

Learn more about the SEM Scanner

Tailored and Comprehensive

Builds a trusted partnership with healthcare professionals by delivering comprehensive and clinically proven pressure injury prevention solutions4 based on earlier mobilisation.

Explore our Pressure Injury Prevention Portfolio

Effective and Efficient

Modernises existing care pathways5 to support the optimisation of available resources, enabling effective and efficient pressure injury prevention and helping to improve clinical and financial outcomes.6

Learn more about Arjo Specialist areas

Early Identification Strategies Toolbox

Introducing the Early Identification Strategies Toolbox developed by the Pressure Injury Prevention Advisory Board.

Supported by an educational grant from BBI

Download free Early Identification Strategies Toolbox

To learn more about the SEM Scanner and the Arjo Solutions Set
please contact us at

enquiries.au@arjo.com

REFERENCES

1. GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR PRESSURE INJURY PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND MAY 2017

2. PRESSURE INJURY IN AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC HOSPITALS: A COST-OF-ILLNESS STUDY. AUSTRALIAN HEALTH REVIEW, 2015, 39, 329–336

3. OKONKWO H. ET AL. (2018). EVALUATION OF A NOVEL DEVICE USING CAPACITANCE FOR THE DETECTION OF EARLY PRESSURE ULCERS (PU), A MULTI-SITE LONGITUDINAL STUDY. ACCEPTED AND PRESENTED TO NPUAP. 

4. CLINICAL EVIDENCE SUMMARY. PRESSURE INJURY PREVENTION SOLUTIONS

5. HTTPS://PATHWAYS.NICE.ORG.UK/PATHWAYS/PRESSUREULCERS/PREVENTING-PRESSURE-ULCERS-IN-ADULTS

6. BURNS M, HANCOCK K, (2018) NOVEL INTERVENTION DESIGNED TO THE REDUCE INCIDENT OF HOSPITAL ACQUIRED PRESSURE ULCERS (HAPU’S) RESULTS IN IMPROVED QUALITY AND COST SAVINGS. ACCEPTED AND PRESENTED AT WOUNDS UK 2018, HARROGATE, UK, 5-7 NOVEMBER