Definición y clasificación de las úlceras por presión
El Peu, ISSN 0212-7709, Vol. 23, Nº. 4 (octubre-diciembre), 2003, pags. 194-198 01/2003; 23(4).
Recordar, repasar y revisar conceptos relacionados con las Úlceras por Presión (UPP), como su etiopatogenia/ etiología, clasificación y epidemiología, a la vez de servir de introducción del tema, nos ayudará a compartir y unificar con los podólogos interesados unas recomendaciones en el ámbito de los cuidados y la educación sanitaria de las personas con riesgo de desarrollar úlceras por presión o de aquellas que ya las padecen. This report tries to recall and revise concepts that concerns pressure ulcers; together with its etiopathogenia/etiology, classification and epidemiology. At the same time as it serves as introduction of the theme. It will help us to share and unify with interested podiatrists recommendations on the field of cares and sanitary education of people that have a risk to develop pressure ulcers or have them.
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ABSTRACT: Hyperoxigenated fatty acids (HOFA) have appeared in the market in the last decade to provide a tool in the prevention of pressure ulcers. However, there are few studies demonstrating their usefulness, especially in last few years. A study of bibliographical revision of articles dealing about hyperoxigenated fatty acids was performed with the aim of knowing their usefulness and effectiveness. It is stated that the hyperoxygenated fatty acids are very important in the maintenance of the integrity of the skin to avoid the formation of pressure ulcers or delaying their restoration. Not yet having clinical trials demonstrating their use in other pathologies, recently, HOFA have been used with satisfactory results in the skin care of people with vascular alterations of inferior members, in the diabetic foot and the wound care of the perilesional ulcer. The hyperoxygenated fatty acids are an optimal therapeutic option that should form a part of the clinical protocols of action of nursery in the prevention of the chronic ulcers and in the wound care of the perilesional ulcer.