Thousands of people visit Bed Sore FAQ each month to get information related to the care of bed sores (also referred to as decubitus ulcers, pressure ulcers or pressure sores) and to learn their legal rights after a bed sore develops during an admission to a nursing home, hospital, group home, assisted living facility, or residential care facility for the elderly.
Below are the 10 most popular Bed Sore FAQ’s according to reader-generated traffic. If you have a question related to bed sores or are interested in discussing legal options, please fill out the contact form, and I will respond to your inquiry personally.
- What does a bed sore look like?
- What are the stages of bed sores?
- Are there limits on the financial recovery for a person who developed bed sores due to the negligence of a facility?
- How does the use of the Braden Scale help in the prevention of bed sores?
- What does a patients albumin level have to do with bed sores?
- Is it possible to hire a lawyer to prosecute a bed sore case if I don’t have much money
- What are nursing homes required to do to prevent bed sores?
- Why is a colostomy needed for patients with severe bed sores?
- What is a wound vac and how does it work?
- What is surgical debridement of bed sores?
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