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“A-PePSI LIGhT” Assessment Score to Predict Pressure Sore Impaired Healing Late Recurrence, Immobility, Greater Surface, Inhibited Thrombocytes

Anker, Alexandra M. ; Ruewe, Marc ; Prantl, Lukas ; Geis, Sebastian ; Kehrer, Andreas ; Baringer, Magnus ; Schiltz, Daniel ; Zeman, Florian ; Vykoukal, Jody ; Klein, Silvan M.


Background: Complication rates of up to 46 percent are reported following pressure sore surgery. Pressure sore patients often exhibit ineffective postoperative wound healing despite tension-free flap coverage, necessitating surgical revision and prolonged hospitalization. Rather than pressure sore recurrence, such impaired healing reflects a failed progress through the physiologic stages of the ...


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