Consensus and supplementsRecognising, managing and preventing deep tissue injury (DTI)

Recognising, managing and preventing deep tissue injury (DTI)

Assessment and diagnosis, Pressure Ulcers, Skin integrity

Recognising, managing and preventing deep tissue injury (DTI)A deep tissue injury (DTI) is a type of subcutaneous tissue damage that results from an externally applied mechanical load (pressure). This consensus, developed by an Expert Working Group, raises awareness and understanding of the diagnosis, management and prevention of DTIs, and encourages communication across all healthcare settings.

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