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RMJ. 2014; 39(2): 228-229


Soft tissue technique & olive oil massage prevent pressure sores in central pontine mylenosis (CPM)

Muhammad Qasim Raza Meer.

Abstract
A proper care plan regarding bed sore prevention, progression can aid to minimize the complications, and improve the quality of life for long term in bed ridden cases. A case affected by central pontine mylenosis (CPM) for up to eight years. Patient presents with quadriplegia, burble palsy, facial palsy, diabetes, hypertension, NG tube, Catheterization and 03 days of tracheostomy are some description. As I give them the plan of care by educating their family members about bed sore prevention, progression, body positioning/postural care general body passive exercises and chest care was same but further addition of olive oil massage & soft tissue techniques at the pressure areas aid in pressure sores prevention And patient survive for up to eight years she was completely bed ridden during this time period but no bed sore was developed in any region of the patient.

Key words: Pressure ulcer, central pontine mylenosis, olive oil massage, soft tissue techniques






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