For Willmar hospital, it's another step in advanced health care
WILLMAR -- It looks like a cushion but isn't. Embedded inside are dozens of tiny sensors that measure pressure from someone sitting.
On the electronic display screen, Karyn Loos can see red and orange areas light up where higher pressure is exerted on a patient's hip and tailbone.
The new technology is one of many tools Rice Memorial Hospital uses to prevent and reduce the incidence of pressure ulcers.
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