Sub-epidermal Moisture: The Cause; The Science: The Challenges And Opportunities
Learn about the aetiology of pressure ulcers from Professor Amit Gefen who will share details of the inflammatory damage cascade, how localised oedema or sub-epidermal moisture (SEM) occurs and how technology can play a part in identifying the presence of localised oedema/SEM to enable early intervention in order to help prevent PUs.
Prof Zena Moore will then discuss the science supporting the role of SEM or localised oedema in PU prevention – how awareness of raised levels of SEM or localised oedema can enable early interventions helping to reduce the incidence of PUs in a variety of care segments
Finally, Dr Oozageer Gunowa will focus on the challenges of PU prevention in dark skin tone patients and the opportunity technology brings to a subjective care pathway especially in patients with dark skin tones.
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