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Introduction: The ageing population of Australia will place ever increasing pressures on our healthcare facilities, over the next few decades. It is therefore important that we actively prevent unnecessary wastage of resources, by introducing effective strategies to preserve health, dignity and well being in this important population group. One such area that requires our attention is the prevention of pressure injuries.
Aim of clinical presentation: Overview of the statistics, physiology, risk factors and management strategies for the prevention and treatment of pressure related injuries/pressure ulcers.
Summary: Slide presentation that covers statistics, physiology, risk factors and management principles for the prevention and treatment of pressure related injuries/ pressure ulcers. Demonstration of a various mattress surfaces and information provided on the suitability of the product depending on patient risk factors.
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Think Mobility sells, rents and maintains lifestyle and mobility aids to the general public as well as to patients funded by both Federal and State funded schemes, such as the Department of Veterans Affairs and Transition Care (Federal Government), the Medical Aid Subsidy Scheme (MASS) and Palliative Care (Queensland State Government). We also serve other businesses including hospitals, aged care facilities and medical professionals. Think Mobility regularly assists families and carers as well as liaises with allied and medical health professionals.
Our comprehensive range of products is available for sale and for both short and long term rental. We deliver and install throughout South East Queensland and North Queensland.