Staging Pressure UlcersLogic
Properly staging pressure ulcers not only helps to maintain an accurate record of wound healing, it also provides some of the necessary documentation needed to acquire much needed equipment to treat pressure ulcers in the home! The difference between a stage 2 and a stage 3 can mean the difference between providing your patient a static group 1 foam mattress, and a dynamic air powered group 2 support surface! Allow PMR to assist in your staging education by reviewing our pressure ulcer staging chart! Please click the link below to download our chart of common characteristics found in the different stages of pressure ulcers. And if you need additional assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org .