What do you think?
|A stage 1 pressure ulcer presents as a red spot on the skin that does not blanch when pressed.|
|Stage two is looks like a blister or an abrasion of the skin|
|Stage 3 is a crater that now extends into the fatty tissue|
|Stage 4 the wound now extends into the muscle tissue and possibly bone|
So there! I used my crafting super powers to educate my classmates and you dear reader on a very important nursing topic. Now what the heck do I do with this sponge?