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impaired skin integrity resulting from pressure
pressure ulcer
types of patients at risk for pressure ulcers
decreased mobility
inadequate nutrition
excessive skin moisture
decreased sensory perception
decreased activity
decreased blood flow to tissue resulting in tissue death, occurs wen capillary blood flow is obstructed
tissue ischemia
redness of the skin resulting from dilation of the superficial capillaries
reactive hyperemia
the area that appears red and warm will blanch following fingertip palpation
blanchable hyperemia
redness that persists after palpation and indicates tissue damage
nonblanchable hyperemia