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The first in a series of articles and research papers proposing an alternative trajectory. Identifying the manual and mechanical handling link to force-related tissue damage in both patients and carers during present inbed care practices. Click here to view the paper.

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A limited number of Free USB sticks are available which contain educational videos on the Phil-e-slide Biotechsis “inbed” Care Management System

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to share and view with your peers and clients

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for a limited period a FREE set (of two) New Phil-e-slide Enabler Slide Mitts with every two sets of Biotechsis Basic Systems purchased

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Pressure Sores-Bed Surface Technology, Plan “B” The missing Link,is coming soon.Click here to find out more

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Adapting fast and slow: force-related tissue damage

Following on from our recent white paper, this article has been published in Wounds UK and explores the science of tissue damage.

It reviews the literature surrounding force-related tissue damage (other terminology for this includes: pressure injury, pressure ulcer, decubitus ulcer) and explains the latest research behind the current understanding of the science beneath the skin.

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