Pressure Injuries are one of the most common problems faced by OTs dealing with chair-bound patients. Even when all guidelines are followed it can be hard to tell exactly when a pressure injury is developing.
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Last weekend we loaded the Recliners van with 11 of our most popular chairs and headed to the NEC in Birmingham to set up camp at Trade Days 2016. And what an event it was!
Welcome to September’s issue of Inside Recliners. We hope you’ve had a great summer and been able to make the most of the August sunshine. It’s been another very busy month up at the factory, but we did manage to make some time to cheer on Team GB in Rio and prepare for our Trade Days show later this month. See our Paralympics special in this month’s edition, as well as more information on where to find us at Trade Days. There’s a new section to the newsletter this month too – following some recent feedback, we’ve included a way to get in touch with your suggestions for anything new you’d like to see in the Recliners range.
Unfortunately, obesity is a real problem in Wales with the latest statistics reporting that 24% of adults fall into this category. This means there every chance that an OT will find themselves dealing with a bariatric patient. The seating requirements for bariatric patients are different to other patients, so it is important to know what to look for. Here is a quick guide to the most important factors to help your patient remain comfortable and reduce the risk of injuries.