To Develop the Schematic Illustration of the MDRPI Care: An Evidence-Based Framework
Hsiu Hui Wei, MSN and Li Fen Chung, MSN - Department of Nursing, Chi Mei Medical Center, Tainan City, Taiwan
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|Keywords||Medical device-related pressure injuries;
Evidence- based framework;
Prevention and care for MDRPI
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