How to Prevent Pressure Injury, from Head to Toe

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Pressure injuries can start in the OR on any patient

Putting a stop to pressure injuries

OR teams must take all the necessary PI-prevention steps at their disposal. Early assessments, preemptive positioning plans and awareness of potential problem spots are a recipe for success.

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