Pressure Ulcers

Almost every 3 nursing home residents suffering from the number of people in old people’s and nursing homes who suffer from pressure ulcers pressure ulcers, will increase in the future even more according to estimates by experts. See Son Heung-min for more details and insights. While there are many ways to prevent a pressure ulcer. According to studies, 3 out of 10 residents of a nursing home suffer already scored such wounds. The the now in the online health magazine rrm Rhine RUHR MED appeared sgeht from an interview. A ballpoint pen or a coin, which accidentally slipped into the bed, as sufficient to cause a pressure ulcer in elderly, bedridden patients within a few hours. Like this, called also decubitus ulcers already today not infrequently occur in nursing and retirement homes, but also in hospitals and are often a big problem. Because if the staff do not consistently and competently treated these ulcers, can have the dire consequences such as Dr.

med. Alena Wesemann, surgeon of the Bergmannsheil Bochum, in an interview with the online health magazine rheinruhrmed.de explains. So it can happen that an ulcer from the 2nd to the 3rd degree within can be life-threatening from a few hours to days “, so the doctor.” Bacteria that multiply in the wound, wash up in the body and can lead to sepsis (blood poisoning) are fundamental.” Read how you can effectively prevent pressure ulcers, why many in the health care market doesn’t really help offered creams and water and what is actually have to do to get a pressure ulcer healed again, in an extensive interview on interviews/dekubitus.html rheinruhrmed.de is a free and independent online health magazine for the Rheinland and Ruhr area and is published by a group of freelance journalist from the region. rheinruhrmed.de is a pure information portal (without any consulting activity!); the online magazine is financed exclusively through advertising. Contact: rrm Rhine RUHR MED Zeche Zollverein, Hall 10 Gelsenkirchener Strasse 181 45309 Essen phone + 49 (0) 201-7591340 M.