DM Systems-sponsored survey highlights wound care concerns

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Wound care nurses are concerned about the ways new regulatory  changes will influence their work, according to a survey conducted at the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society Conference. DM Systems sponsored the survey. In fact, 84% of respondents felt that the new guidelines significantly impact pressure ulcer prevention protocols at their facilities.

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