Pressure Reduction

  1. 10 Essential Products for Bedridden Patients

    10 Essential Products for Bedridden Patients

    Comfort Bath Rinse-Free Shampoo and Conditioner Cap Being confined to bed can be tough on both the patient and the caregiver.  The good news is that there are bedridden aids that make daily care much easier on everyone.

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  2. What Makes Equagel Cushions Different From All Other Cushions?

    What Makes Equagel Cushions Different From All Other Cushions?

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  3. Dangers of Pressure Ulcers, Pressure Sores, or Decubitus Ulcers

    Dangers of Pressure Ulcers, Pressure Sores, or Decubitus Ulcers

    What are pressure ulcers?

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  4. Tips To Stay Safe During The Winter Season

    The winter season is in full force across much of the country. The blizzard cold weather along with the constant snow fall makes it tough on people with medical conditions. Don’t worry about the weather.  Allegro Medical has what you need to make your winter season less of a hassle and more of a small nuisance. Here are some helpful items that are both unique and will make your life easier this winter season.

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  5. Therapeutic Support Surfaces – From Pressure Pads to Low Air-Loss Mattresses

    Therapeutic Support Surfaces – From Pressure Pads to Low Air-Loss Mattresses

    According to the Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses (WOCN) Society, over 1 million people in the US develop pressure ulcers each year.1  One of the most proven methods to prevent and treat pressure ulcers is through the use of a therapeutic support surface.

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  6. Bed Sores - The Prevention Guide

     

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  7. Wound Care Products for Pressure Sores and Diabetic Ulcers

    Wound Care Products for Pressure Sores and Diabetic Ulcers

    Mepilex Border Self-Adherent Absorbent Foam Dressing If you have a bedsore, diabetic ulcer or other dermal ulcer, or you are caring for someone who does, it is critical that you are receiving assistance or advice from a medical specialist.  Treating pressure sores (bedsores) and dermal ulcers can be challenging as these wounds heal slowly and must be attended to carefully.  Treatment plans includes everything from pressure reduction to wound cleaning/debridement, wound dressings, hydrotherapy, antibiotics, dietary supplements and muscle spasm relief.  Even with the best of care, sometimes surgery is required.

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