Pressure Ulcers are preventable; all patients are at risk. The Nursing Staff has a central role in the prevention and management of pressure areas. They should be able to assess patients’ risk of developing PUs using evidence-based practice, recognized risk assessment tools, and a holistic assessment. Our well-trained nurses at Noble Care use the most critical preventive measures by decreasing mechanical load. If patients cannot adequately turn or reposition themselves, this may lead to pressure ulcer development. Nurses must help reduce the mechanical load on patients. Staff assist them in the frequent turning and repositioning of patients. We believe in moving and changing the position of patients frequently when they are in bed or sitting in a chair. Our nursing staff monitors the patient's skin by keeping the bedding dry, avoiding massaging the skin over bony parts of the body, and using a mild skin cleanser.