Braden Scale: Pressure Injuries

by Cathy Parkes October 08, 2021

A Braden scale score ≤ 18 indicates a patient is at risk for pressure injuries. In this case, take measures to prevent injuries of this type.
A Braden scale score ≤ 18 indicates a patient is at risk for pressure injuries. In this case, take measures to prevent injuries of this type.


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