Saturday, 12 September 2015

Successful campaign against painful pressure ulcers in care homes | South London Press

Successful campaign against painful pressure ulcers in care homes | South London Press

The number of people with painful pressure ulcers in Lambeth and Southwark’s care homes is
falling, thanks to a campaign by Guy’s and St Thomas’ nurses. ... Kennington journalist Tim Kalvis, 49, developed multiple pressure ulcers when multiple sclerosis left him bedbound. ...



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I know Tim personally, but also a number of people with Multiple sclerosis who have fought against it. Patients need personal determination to successfully ward off the more debilitating symptoms, but it is necessary to listen to a Consultant's advice and take it. Writing your own agenda for a disease such as MS will result in increasing disability and virtually no or slow relapse. More remitting than relapse.