Pressure ulcer management is vital for healthcare professionals when caring for bed-bound and immobile patients.
As Tissue Viability Nurses across the UK educate colleagues on pressure care management of pressure ulcers and issue guidelines designed to prevent vulnerable patients developing other types of pressure wounds, they’re faced with increasing demands on the service from an ageing and growing population.
Nearly 7,000,000 people across all care settings are affected by a pressure ulcers each year with predictions that by 2020 the cost of pressure wound care for the average CCG will reach £55m. (UCLH NHS)
We have developed products within our range which provide safe and risk-free moving and handling options at bedtime as well as those which enable residents to have a better night’s sleep all round.
Health sector professionals in the NHS face challenges on a daily basis when it comes to looking after patients to the best of their ability, especially in relation to maintaining their health and wellbeing throughout the night.
We work closely with various local dealers, offering a range of aids that allow people to live independently in their own home in a safe and dignified way.
In The Community
Mangar works closely with Occupational Therapists across the UK to help keep people in their own homes.