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| Questioning Record | Issue No:| 1|
| | Issue Date: | 01/02/11|
| | Page | 1| of| 2|
| | Approved By:| N Parr|
| | Ref| I12-1|

Candidate Name:| Niccola Taylor| Date of Activity | |
Award Title / Level | Level 2| Evidence Ref No: | |
Targeted Unit(s) | 4222-229|
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Questioning to support standards: | YES| |

Unit | *Learning Outcome and Criteria | Questions to be asked | 229| 1.2| Where are the pressure sites on the body?|
| 1.3 | What factors might put the skin at risk of breakdown? | | 1.4| How can incorrect moving and handling techniques cause damage to the skin? | | 1.5 | What interventions can reduce the risk of skin breakdown and pressure sores? | | 1.6 | What changes to an individual’s skin condition must be reported? |

Responses to Questions Asked | | Unit/Learning Outcome and Criteria| 1.2 Pressure sites usually occur on bony areas of the body, such as the tailbone, back, buttocks, backOf the head, elbows, heels, hips, and shoulders.1.3 If they have been sitting/lying down in the same position for too long and haven’t had pressure relief, having dry skin and poor diet can also put the skin at risk of breakdown.1.4 Incorrect moving and handling techniques can course skin to tear or bruise. 1.5 Make sure there not in the same position for too, long make sure they have regular pressure relief , when there sitting/lying down make sure it’s on pressure cushion or matters.1.6 Dry, cracked, redness, bruising or any colour change.| |

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