Abstracts presented here encompass a variety of disciplines all related to ArjoHuntleigh's product and services portfolio.
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Rithalia S (2004). Evaluation of alternating-pressure air mattresses: One laboratory based strategy. Journal of Tissue Viability; 14(2): 51-58.
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Folens B (2001). Comparing the cost: A study of the AlphaXcell® alternating pressure mattress overlay system compared with the Tempur® foam mattress overlay in combination with patient repositioning. Masters Thesis,
University of Ghent , Belgium.
Land L, Evans D, Geary A and Taylor C (2000). A clinical evaluation of an alternating pressure mattress replacement system in hospital and residential care settings. Journal of Tissue Viability; 10(1): 6-11.
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Evans D, Land L and Geary A (2000). A clinical evaluation of the Nimbus 3 alternating pressure mattress replacement system. Journal of Wound Care; 9(4): 181-186.
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Vrijdagh H and Blot S (2001). Use of the Nimbus 3 in a patient with severe burns: A case study. Poster presentation at Vlaamse Vereniging Intensive Zorgen Verpleegkundigen (VVIZV). 12th October, Ghent, Belgium.
Mathews J (2003). Evaluation of an alternating pressure support surface for burn treatment. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Report.
Manriquez N (2004). Speciality support surface selection for hospitalised obese patients. Poster presentation, JOWC conference May/ June.
Thompson G (2004). Achieving handling excellence for the larger patient with a specialist ‘transfer chair. Poster presentation. Accepted for Wounds UK conference, Harrogate, UK 2004.
Harwood J (2002). Necrotizing Fasciitis: A complex wound problem. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Report.
Doubleman J (2001). Alternating support surface effectiveness with a muscle flap closure of a pressure sore. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Report.
Schaffer J (2002). Successful healing and cost effective care for post-operative flap repair of a pressure ulcer. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Report.
Doubleman J (2000). Management of pressure with an alternating pressure relieving support surface. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Report.
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Fox C and Burgess Allen N (2000). An evaluation of alternating pressure for patients undergoing vascular surgery: a new mattress replacement system with a low pressure heel section. Poster presentation at the 7th European Conference on Advances in Wound management, November, Harrogate, UK.
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Keogh A and Dealey C (2001). Profiling beds versus standard hospital beds: effects on pressure ulcer incidence outcomes. Journal of Wound Care; 10(2): 15-19.
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Deeth M, Young J and Pain L (2001). An evaluation of an air filled static seat cushion (Airtech®) in the prevention of pressure ulcers. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Evaluation.
Deeth M, Young J & Pain I (1999). An evaluation of the SEATEC® pressure reducing armchair in the prevention of pressure ulcers. Huntleigh Healthcare Clinical Evaluation.
Prentice J, Stacey MC and Lewin G (2003). An Australian model for conducting pressure ulcer prevalence surveys. Primary Intention; 11(2): 87-109.
Bennett G, Dealey C and Posnett J (2004). The cost of pressure ulcers in the UK. Age and Aging; 33(3): 230-235.
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Purvis K, Pearman A (2005). How the use if electric profiling beds can reduce the prevalence of pressure ulcers. Professional Nurse; 20(8): 46-48.