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Skin Integrity and Pressure Injuries

Differences In Interface Pressure Between SCI and Other Populations

Interface pressure mapping is a tool which can assist clinicians to identify potential high pressures at the interface between a person’s sitting surface and the surface the person is sitting upon (fully discussed in the SCIRE Wheeled Mobility chapter). For the purposes for prevention and pressure management it is essential to understand how interface pressure varies between different populations and that this data cannot be generalized.

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