This study is meant to throw light on the effectiveness of repositioning as a premier curative component in the case of pressure sores. It will help widening the existing knowledge in this area to a new qualitative dimension.
Repositioning has been considered as one among the components which is manual, while the other methods are either technical or equipment based. Focusing on repositioning, given its easy availability and less complication in practice, the study will supplement the existing knowledge in this area.
This essay makes a conclusion that the most important advantage of the study will be its high reliability, because the data is collected directly from patients who are the real beneficiaries of the proposed study; and Medical professionals who are the care givers, and who over a long period of time, have been practicing in this area. Therefore they have vast practical experience and a very realistic understanding as to the effectiveness of each method on different types of patients. They have a clear idea about which method suits which patients, which is the ideal method for a larger segment of the population. Moreover, they have dealt with numerous cases and through practices over a long period of time, they have gained sufficient insight into the effectiveness of each method and also which method suits which individual. Another advantage is that, the hospitals one located in the local area and therefore data collection will be easier, and can be done within a limited period of time and resources.