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Pressure injury prevention solutions

As the population and patient age continues to rise, clinicians are faced with increasing challenges in healthcare provision. These challenges include pressure injuries; wounds characterized by localized injury to the skin and/or underlying tissue, usually over a bony prominence as a result of pressure, pressure in combination with shear.¹

We can help you

• Drive sustainable clinical excellence and optimized outcomes
• Ensure early, objective and anatomically specific risk assessment
• Deliver tailored, comprehensive and clinically proven intervention

To learn more about our PIP Early and Targeted Intervention Kit and set a new standard of clinical excellence:

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Provizio® SEM Scanner

Provizio SEM Scanner empowers you with the ability to deliver objective and anatomically-specific pressure injury risk assessment, ensuring a 5 day¹ window of opportunity to deploy a targeted and tailored pressure injury prevention strategy that helps minimise pressure injury incidence and helps reduce overall cost and time to care.

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EPUAP – NPIAP - PPPIA Clinical Practice Guideline 2019

The launch of the 2019 guideline represents a truly international perspective of pressure injury management, reflecting multidisciplinary expertise, key opinion leader insight and cutting edge research from around the world. Find out how Arjo can provide you with tailored solutions to manage the challenge of pressure injuries based on the latest evidence based recommendations of these international guidelines.

To learn more about how our range of products and integrated solutions align to the new recommendations

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Flap and graft applications

Learn how the Citadel® C200 patient care system compares to another support surface widely used for post-operative Flap and Graft applications

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Auralis® Plus - Supporting a seamless bariatric care environment

Intelligent, dual-therapy system combined with integrated compatibility for advanced microclimate management, supports the provision of a seamless and tailored bariatric system for the prevention and management of pressure injuries.

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Nimbus Professional Mattress system-for patient's that need to be nursed in Prone Position

Nimbus Professional allows caregivers to completely deflate individual cells under the patient’s body, providing an adaptable support surface for the management of highly vulnerable areas.

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Auralis™ Alternating Pressure System

Designed for high acuity patients with limited mobility and compromised skin integrity, the Auralis Alternating Pressure Mattress System assists you in managing your patient’s needs to minimize the risk and burden of pressure injury.

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"A pressure sore can make or break"

Call to Action

Elevate the pressure injury prevention pathway in your care environment

• Ensure early and targeted risk assessment
• Deliver the appropriate intervention for your vulnerable patients
• Drive clinical excellence and best practice

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References

1. National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel and Pan Pacific Pressure Injury Alliance. Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: Clinical Practice Guideline. Emily Haesler (Ed.). Cambridge Media: Osborne Park, Western Australia; 2014.

2. Dealey C, Posnett J, Walker A. (2012). The Cost of Pressure Ulcers in the United Kingdom. Journal of Wound Care. 21(6):261-266.

3. Brem H, Maggi J, Nierman D et al. (2010). High Cost of Stage IV Pressure Ulcers. Am J Surg. 200:473-477.

4. AHRQ. Never Events. 2017. https://psnet.arhq.gov/primers/primer/3/never-events. Accessed August 2017.

5. Bennett G, Dealey C, Posnett J. (2004). The Cost of Pressure Ulcers in the UK. Age Ageing. 33(3):230-235.

6. Padula WV, Mishra MK, Makic MB, Sullivan PW. (2011). Improving the Quality of Pressure Ulcer Care with Prevention: A Cost-Effective Analysis. Med Care. 49(4):385-392.

7. Nguyen KH, Chaboyer W, Whitty JA. (2015). Pressure Injury in Australian Public Hospitals: A Cost-of-Illness Study. Aust Health Rev. 39(3):329-336.