Results for: Bedsore

In Biology

What is a bedsore?

Bedsores are caused when patients with a certain body weight exerts the pressure on the skin, close to bony areas which leads to restriction of the blood supply and tissue dea (MORE)
In Rashes

Why do bedsores occur?

Bedsores normally occur because of pressure ulcers on the skin. Forexample, an elderly person who is bed ridden will normally have bedsores. This is because they are constantl (MORE)
In Rashes

Why does bedsores occur?

Bedsores occur from the friction of sheets against tender skin.Bones will rub against skin as well and cause these sores todevelop.
In Ancient History

How do bedsores develop?

This painful condition usually starts with shiny red skin that quickly blisters and deteriorates into open sores. These sores become a target for bacterial contamination and w (MORE)
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How are bedsores diagnosed?

Bedsores usually follow six stages: redness of skin.swelling, and possible peeling of outer layer of skin.dead skin, draining wound.tissue death through skin and fat.inner fat (MORE)
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How are bedsores prevented?

It is usually possible to prevent bedsores from developing or worsening. The patient should be inspected regularly.A bedridden patient should be repositioned at least once eve (MORE)
In Demographics

What are the demographics of bedsores?

Each year, about one million people in the United States develop bedsores.They are most likely to occur in people who must use wheelchairs or who are confined to bed.10% of ho (MORE)
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What are treatments for bedsores?

.relieving pressure.keeping the wound clean and moist.keeping the area around the ulcer clean and dry.infection-fighting antibiotics, special dressings or drying agents.a proc (MORE)
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What is the prognosis for bedsores?

Bedsores can usually be cured,but about 60,000 deaths a year are attributed to complications caused by bedsores. Bedsores can be slow to heal. Without proper treatment, they c (MORE)
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What do you do for bedsores?

I found this info on the Mayo Clinic website... Addressing the many aspects of wound care usually requires amultidisciplinary approach. Members of a care team may include: . (MORE)