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People with dementia may experience incontinence. It is important that both patients and their environment are assessed for possible causes
This week is Nutrition and Hydration Week.
The efficacy of four-layer compression bandaging, seen as the gold standard treatment for venous leg ulcers, was compared with that of two-layer compression stockings
The importance of the “little” things in nursing, such as kindness and compassion, are often talked about but without the recognition that these are far from “little” things.
Although most people with dementia live at home, little research has been done on whether conservative continence interventions enable them to stay there instead of moving into care homes
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Research indicates that there are eight main factors that promote dignity in care. Each of these contributes to a person’s sense of self respect, and they should all be present in care.