Monday, 26 March 2018
If you or someone you are caring for is temporarily or permanently confined to a bed or wheelchair, pressure sores are a real possibility you want to avoid at all costs. This short article will help you learn how to evaluate the patient's risk of developing a sore, and find the best possible solution to prevent this from ever happening.
Tuesday, 12 September 2017 | Paul
If someone you care for is confined to a bed, chair or wheelchair, or is otherwise immobile for long periods of time, they are at risk of developing pressure sores (also known as pressure ulcers or bedsores). It's highly important to reduce pressure in seating areas to stop these painful and distressing injuries from occurring. Read our guide to pressure relief fleeces to find out how you can reduce pressure in a number of key regions of the body using natural materials that have the added benefit of being extraordinarily comfortable.
Monday, 11 September 2017 | Paul
If you're someone who is facing a long stretch of being bed bound, and are prone to bedsores (also known as pressure sores or pressure ulcers), you may be looking at ways to protect yourself. One of our best products for increasing comfort and reducing pressure on the body when sleeping is the Pressure Relief Bed Fleece. Read on to find out how it can help you.