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June 2016 The National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) recently released the NPUAP Pressure Injury Staging System based on a review of the literature, stakeholder comments and the results of a consensus conference involving 400 participants. The International Guideline Development Group (including representatives from the EPUAP, PPPIA and NPUAP) have reviewed the work of the NPUAP and determined that the International Pressure Ulcer Classification System published in the 2014 International Guideline is still valid.
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The chapters cover pressure injury/ulcer prevention and treatment guidelines on topics such as nutrition, support surfaces, repositioning and mobilization, medical device related pressure injuries/ulcers, individuals in the OR, bariatric individuals, spinal cord injury, and other related topics. The full guideline is now available for electronic download too!
July 2017 The European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP), National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) and Pan Pacific Pressure Injury Alliance (PPPIA) are starting development of a third update of the International Pressure Ulcer Guideline to be published in 2019.
A draft is anticipated to be available in mid-2019.
Individuals interested in contributing to the Guideline development can anticipate Expressions of Interest to be distributed by the organizations responsible for the Guideline development.
October 2017 Work has commenced on the 3rd edition of the Guideline.
All individuals and organization representatives interested in reviewing the Guideline and providing feedback on the final version of the 3rd edition are invited to register to receive notification when the draft becomes available for stakeholder feedback.(1966) study had high internal bladder pressures (up to 100mm Hg) and were constructed of stiff plastic materials.The cells were arranged in rows through which pressure alternated in a "ripple wave" (Bliss, Mc Laren et al., 1966) and it was noted that incidence of pressure ulcers were higher in individuals considered to be more bony.Although the NPUAP altered some terms and clarified definitions, there have been no substantive conceptual changes to the 2014 International Pressure Ulcer Classification System.What clinicians have always classified as a "Category/Stage I" is still a "Category/Stage 1".Associate Organizations are expected to nominate 3 to 10 English-speaking experts in pressure injury/ulcer prevention and treatment for participation in Small Working Groups according to the guideline development methodology.