- Author:Lawrence Charles Parish
- Publisher:Imprint unknown (September 1983)
- Pages:170 pages
- Subcategory:Diseases & Physical Ailments
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Parish, Lawrence Charles, . Bibliographic Information. The Decubitus Ulcer in Clinical Practice. Parish, Lawrence Charles, .
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Severe decubitus ulcers often result when a paraplegic is treated in a general hospital. Understanding of the basic mechanical factors involved may conceivably lead to more effective and widespread preventive measures. Compressive Force Massive tissue necrosis follows when there is interference with the local circulation of sufficient degree and for a sufficiently prolonged time for extensive irreversible tissue changes to take place.
Lawrence C. Parish, Joseph A. Witkowski, John T. Crissey. Beginning with the background of the disease, the book goes on to discuss the clinical features and provides a comprehensive overview of general and specific therapeutic strategies.
Decubitus Ulcer Care strategies include recognizing risk, decreasing the . Parish LC, Witkowski JA. Controversies about the decubitus ulcer.
Decubitus Ulcer Care strategies include recognizing risk, decreasing the effects of pressure, assessing nutritional status, avoiding excessive bed rest, and preserving the integrity of the skin. Treatment principles include assessing the severity of the wound; reducing pressure, friction, and shear forces; optimizing wound care; removing necrotic debris; managing bacterial contamination; and correcting nutritional deficits. A decubitus ulcer is also known as a pressure sore or bed sore and is caused by a lack of blood supply to skin and tissue.
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Authors: Lawrence Charles Parish Michael J Lavery Andrzej Grzybowski Jennifer L Parish Daniel H Parish. Decubitus ulcers: definitions, disagreements, and deductive etiology. Authors: Peter T Lowthian Lawrence Charles Parish. Skinmed 2010 Mar-Apr;8(2):67-9. Clin Dermatol 2016 Nov - Dec;34(6):786-787. Epub 2016 Oct 7. Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology, Sidney Kimmel College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Download full-text PDF. Source.