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Decubitus Ulcers and Peripheral Vascular Disease

February 24, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Peripheral Diseases and Pressure Ulcers   |   0 Comment

What is the connection between decubitus pressure ulcers and peripheral vascular disease? Decubitus ulcers are preventable skin breakdown which lead to gaping open wounds in the skin. Decubitus ulcers ¬†form in areas of the body exposed to pressure. For example, the buttocks, heels, sacrum and coccyx are common sites for decubitus ulcers. Pressure ulcers can […]

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