TrueClr external catheter resulted in no irritation for men and women
A Braden Scale was used to evaluate the patients' skin before and after using the TrueClr external catheter. Each patient was monitored for 11 days.
Photos of the skin were randomized and reviewed blindly by both a dermatologist and a registered nurse.
Jon Meliones, MD , FCCM, Professor and Section Chief, Pediatric Critical Care and Hospitalist Medicine
Using a Braden scale for initial risk assessment and verified skin monitoring assessment, male and female patients aged 50+ were evaluated for ≥11 days. Photos were randomized and reviewed blindly, and 2 independent evaluations were performed, one being an independent dermatologist and the other being an RN skin assessment expert.
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