Study to help predict costly pressure ulcers

September 2007
Patient Education Management;Sep2007, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p106
Academic Journal
The article reports on a collaborative study between University of Kansas School of Nursing assistant professor Sandra Bergquist-Beringer and home care information technology company Cerner BeyondNow designed to help home health agencies predict which patients are most likely to develop pressure ulcers.


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