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New Study Connects Prophylactic Dressing Use with Pressure Injury Reductions

13:54 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Businesswire

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Johns Hopkins’ Study Examines 1.03 Million Patients to Find Incidence Reduction and Significant Cost Savings with Prophylactic Use of 5-Layer Foam Sacral Dressings A new study shows a clear association between the prophyla...

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