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Archived Comments for: Cost-effectiveness of the Australian Medical Sheepskin for the prevention of pressure ulcers in somatic nursing home patients: study protocol for a prospective multi-centre randomised controlled trial (ISRCTN17553857)

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  1. EVIDENCES ABOUT POOR EFFICIENCY OF SHEEPSKIN

    BLINDER Nicolas, HOPITAL PUBLIC FRANCE

    14 January 2008

    There are many evidences that sheepskins are not efficient to prevent patient from having ulcer pression.

    Although sheepskins are used to be very common in traditional care, they have been forbiden in european consensus conference.

    See for instance : http://www.decubitus.be/richtlijnen/fr/index.htm

    Thanks for reading.

    Competing interests

    None declared

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