Real patient case studies. Some cases are represented in computer generated images to uphold patient privacy.
Margaret, an 81 year old female with a history of pneumonia, had recently suffered a stroke (CVA). She had a high risk of pressure injuries and had developed a red area on her left heel.
Ben, an 87-year-old male, had suffered a stroke (CVA) and osteoarthritis. He had a history of pressure injuries and spent up to 14 hours per day in his chair and used a patient lift for all transfers.
Rachel, a 94 year old female, had arthritis in her left knee and a history of falls. She mobilized with a walking frame and needed assistance for all transfers
Valerie, an 86-year-old female, suffered with dementia along with limited mobility resulting in her unable to reach out and feed herself or take a drink independently.
Alan, a 41-year-old male, whose was unable to sit unaided and suffered from low blood oxygen saturation and a history of respiratory infections
Sarah, an 19 year old female, had spastic cerebral palsy and scoliosis. Suffered with high levels of pain in lower back and would have to go bed as a result of her previous chair, thus limiting her interaction with friends and family.
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