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Leading Journal for Geriatric Medicine Concludes Harm Linked to Understaffing

“Spending excessive time in bed has been associated with detrimental outcomes, including pressure ulcer development, pneumonia, undernutrition, urinary incontinence, infections, and mortality.” [p. 931]

“Residents residing in lower-staffed homes were nearly six times more likely to have more than 50% observations in bed than residents residing in high-staffed homes.” [p. 932]

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