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The new MDS for pressure ulcer documentation is based on new framework that is consistant with National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel recommendations. These changes can be confusing. This collection of articles will provide an overview of the new regulations for accurate and complete documentation of wounds.
Levine, Jeffrey M.; Roberson, Sharon; Ayello, Elizabeth A.
Levine, Jeffrey M.; Roberson, Sharon; Ayello, Elizabeth A. Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 23(6):273-284, June 2010.
Learn about the differences between MDS 2.0 and MDS 3.0
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Roberson, Sharon; Ayello, Elizabeth A.; Levine, Jeffrey
Roberson, Sharon; Ayello, Elizabeth A.; Levine, Jeffrey Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 23(5):206-210, May 2010.
Lyder, Courtney H.; Ayello, Elizabeth A.
Lyder, Courtney H.; Ayello, Elizabeth A. Less
Advances in Skin & Wound Care. 22(10):476-484, October 2009.
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