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identify the pressure area risk assessment tools which are used in own work area
The Waterlow pressure ulcer risk assessment/prevention policy tool is, by far, the most frequently used system in the U.K. and it is also the most easily understood and used by nurses dealing directly with patient/clients. Intended for use by nurses, healthcare professionals and carers at the patient/client interface.
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The Waterlow pressure ulcer risk assessment/prevention policy tool is, by far, the most frequently used system in the U.K. and it is also the most easily understood and used by nurses dealing directly with patient/clients.

Intended for use by nurses, healthcare professionals and carers at the patient/client interface.
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