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IN BED TECHNOLOGIES FOR EARLY DETECTION OF PRESSURE INJURIES SYSTEMATIC
Friday, October 1, 2021
Introduction: Pressure injuries in the hospital burden the organizational resources and negatively affect the quality of life of patients. The purpose of this study was to review the use of bedside technologies for the early detection of pressure injuries, which include pressure-related erythema erythematosus (PrBE), non-erythematous pressure-related erythema (PrNBE), and deep tissue injuries (DTPI).

INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS TO THE APPLICATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE TO THE TREATMENT OF DIABETIC ULCERS AND PRESSURE ULCERS
Monday, May 1, 2017
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NEWER GUIDELINES FOR CAREGIVERS OF PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Introduction: Dementia is a chronic disease that causes severe disturbance of the higher mental functions with problems in the patient's daily, professional and social life. Caring for people with dementia is associated with high levels of burden, depression, and poor quality of life for caregivers. Aim: The purpose of this systematic review was to identify the most recent information available regarding

PSYCHOSOCIAL ADAPTATION OF PATIENTS WITH OSTOMY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Friday, October 1, 2021
Making an ostomy is a surgical option for many patients, usually with digestive cancer, giving them a chance to prolong their lives. They face  problems in their daily life after surgery which are not limited to physical ones, but usually extend to psychological and social problems. Purpose: The systematic review aimed to explore the psychosocial problems of patients with ostomy, their psychosocial

THE USE OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF RADIATION RELATED SKIN ULCERS AND SOFT TISSUE NECROSIS
Friday, October 1, 2021
Introduction: Radiation therapy (R/T) seems to have contributed significantly in recent decades to the treatment of many oncological patients. However, a percentage of these patients will experience symptoms from the side effects of radiation. Post-radiation skin lesions are common in irradiated patients and various interventions are recommended for their care. One of them is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Εffective complete decongestive therapy of upper limb lymphedema in women after mastectomy
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
12 months. Lymph manual drainage, when done correctly, increases the movement of lymph fluid about twenty times.  Conclusions: Women who suffer from lymphedema are essential to maintain a healthy diet, to control their weight and to follow the correct complete decongestive therapy. In addition, by exercising the lymphatic system is activated to circulate the lymph fluid throughout the body.

Εxudate management of chronic ulcers, with modern dressing
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
The safer and faster healing of the ulcers is related to the proper management of the exudate. Modern dressings have a significant role in the care of chronic wounds, as their absorptive capacity and their different constructional structure give dressings the specific characteristics related to their permeability, capacity and their ability of retaining of the absorbed exudate. This study aimed

European Operating Room Nurses Association
World Forum for Hospital Sterile Supply
International Federation of Perioperative Nurses