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Pressure Ulcers and Families

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Pressure Ulcers and Families

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Pressure ulcers can affect any part of the body that's put under pressure. They're most common on bony parts of the body, such as the heels, elbows, hips and base of the spine.

They often develop gradually, but can sometimes form in a few hours.

Here is a link to NHS Choices advice on Pressure Ulcer Prevention

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