The National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel states that any local injury in the skin or underlying tissue commonly over the pressure points is called as the Pressure ulcer. Barden Scale is one of the most preferred tools for estimating the Pressure ulcer. Here is the Braden scale for predicting Pressure Sore risk chart which helps you in the pressure ulcer risk assessment according to the Braden score. Braden Scale pressure ulcer table provides the Braden Scale score interpretation.
|Sensory Perception||Completely Limited||1|
|. Probably Inadequate||2|
|Friction And Shere||Problem||1|
|No Apparent Problem||3|
|Severity Of Total Score|
|Between 19 to 23||No Risk|
|Between 15 to18||Mild Risk|
|Between 13 to 14||Moderate Risk|
|Between 10 to 12||High Risk|
|Below and At 9||Very High Risk|
|Pressure Ulcer Preventive Interventions|
The above Braden scale for predicting Pressure Sore risk chart provides the chart with different score according to the category. On adding the scores in the Braden scale Pressure Ulcer table, the overall score can fall between 6 to 23 and the lower score indicates the higher risk.