In hospitalized patients aged 65 years and older with decreased mobility (e.g., patients requiring assistance with activities of daily living (ADL), changes in positioning or ambulation) ((P), does an early ambulation/mobility program (I), compared to traditional pressure injury care (Q2 hour turn clock, specialty mattress, off-loading, etc.) (C), reduce the development of hospital-acquired pressure injuries (O) in 21 days (T)?

Feb 15, 2024

In hospitalized patients aged 65 years and older with decreased mobility (e.g., patients requiring assistance with activities of daily living (ADL), changes in positioning or ambulation) ((P), does an early ambulation/mobility program (I), compared to traditional pressure injury care (Q2 hour turn clock, specialty mattress, off-loading, etc.) (C), reduce the development of hospital-acquired pressure injuries (O) in 21 days (T)?

Nursing

Review the resources found in the Week 2 Module and the Rating System for the Hierarchy of
Evidence (Levels I-VII) found in Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt, 4th edition, Box 1.3 on page
18.
 State the approved PICOT question from Week 1 using the intervention format.
 Select one peer-reviewed nursing research article that supports the problem and/or
intervention stated in the PICOT question and discuss the Level of Evidence found in the
chosen article using Levels I-VII from the textbook.

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