This best practice document aims to pull together the best available evidence to address the issue of Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD); skin irritation and breakdown in the presence of urine, feces, and moisture. You will find this to be a useful resource, outlining the assessment, prevention, and management of a health problem that causes patient pain, embarrassment, additional health care costs, and possibly severe complications. Publish Date: 2011; 16 page booklet.
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