Protecting skin integrity through balanced hydration
The AHRQ Clinical Practice Guideline on Pressure Ulcer Prevention indicates there is an increased association between dry, flaky or scaling skin and an increased incidence of pressure ulcers.1 Maintaining proper skin hydration can help reduce the risks to skin integrity like skin tears and skin breakdown.
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