Several instruments are available for assessing clients who are at high risk for developing a pressure ulcer. The Braden Scale is the most commonly used. What risk factors are assessed using the Braden Scale?
A) Infection, hemorrhage, dehiscence, evisceration, and fistulas
B) Physical condition, mental condition, activity, mobility, and incontinence
C) Sensory perception, moisture, activity, mobility, nutrition, friction, and shear
D) Nutrition, tissue perfusion, infection, age, shear force and friction, and moisture