Revalidation of a Perioperative Risk Assessment Measure for Skin.

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Summary of "Revalidation of a Perioperative Risk Assessment Measure for Skin."

Validated perioperative pressure injury (PI) risk assessment measures are few and often cumbersome to complete, leading to missed opportunities to identify and target prevention interventions to those patients at increased risk for developing a postsurgical PI.


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Name: Nursing research
ISSN: 1538-9847


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