Correct positioning: reducing the risk of pressure damage

Julie Swann
  • Nursing and Residential Care, August 2009, Mark Allen Group
  • DOI: 10.12968/nrec.2009.11.8.43321

Ensuring good seating positioning

What is it about?

This article discusses the risks of bad positioning, the avoidance of pressure ulcers and the principles of correct positioning after a stroke.

Why is it important?

Ensuring residents are seated or lying properly can play an important role in reducing pressure damage.


Mrs Julie I Swann

Pressure sores can be reduced by good seating.

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