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9/22/20
Formação de uma Ferida por Pressão (Escara ou Úlcera Decúbito) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Formação de uma Ferida por Pressão (Escara ou Úlcera Decúbito)
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Formação de uma Ferida por Pressão (Escara ou Úlcera Decúbito) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Descreve formação de ferida de pressão (escara ou úlcera decúbito). Mostra locais comuns em cima de proeminências ósseas, tais como a parte traseira da cabeça, ombro, osso sacro e osso do calcanhar. Um histológico revela formações devido à compressão entre uma proeminência óssea e tecidos moles. Progresso da úlcera: Estágio 1 onde apenas uma área avermelhada aparece na pele até o Estágio 4 onde a necrose (morte do tecido) penetra na pele, gordura, fáscia, tecidos subcutâneos, músculo e osso.

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