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Because, say the people who grow grapes and make wines in Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara County, their new AVA is a distinct terroir, where microclimate and soils allow them to produce high quality wines from Bordeaux varieties that don't thrive in the western reaches of the county's Santa Ynez Valley and Santa Rita Hills.

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Microclimate increases the effects of pressure and friction. When you have an area of skin softened by moisture, then it is much easier to break down the skin at the bony prominences where that pressure is at its peak. The effects of friction is 5 times greater with moisture present.

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Microclimate data were collected every 3 days for 15 days while the development of pressure ulcers and superficial skin changes was observed every day. Pressure ulcers and superficial skin changes were developed in 20 of the 71 participants.

blog.arjo.com/managing-skin-microclimate-preventing-pressure-injuries

Managing skin microclimate. Skin IQ™ is the first powered coverlet to support treatment and prevention of PIs through advanced microclimate management. Negative Airflow Technology continually draws excess moisture away from the skin/mattress interface and reduces skin temperature. 13 The coverlet is compatible with almost all support surfaces.

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This exposure can lead to “inflammation and erosion of the skin that begins at the stoma/skin junction and extends outward in a 10cm radius”. 2. Moisture and Microclimate. By definition, microclimate is “local tissue temperature and moisture at the body/support surface interace”. 3 Excessive moisture typically comes from three sources:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microclimate

A microclimate is a local set of atmospheric conditions that differ from those in the surrounding areas, often with a slight difference but sometimes with a substantial one. The term may refer to areas as small as a few square meters or square feet (for example a garden bed or a cave) or as large as many square kilometers or square miles.

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Microclimate Management Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Introduction: Hill-Rom, as the leader in the therapy surface market, has one of the largest, global research and development teams focused on the treatment and prevention of pressure ulcers. One key factor in avoiding skin breakdown is maintaining optimal skin

dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/microclimate

This lack of instantaneous connection between questing and a microclimate of low desiccation risk suggests that other factors are determining the questing patterns. From Cambridge English Corpus Effects of shading on microclimate were small, treatment periods were relatively short and effects on development were slight.

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soft tissues) and humidity or skin surface moisture at the interface between the skin and the support surface3,4. Air movement has been omitted from the more recent definition as the movement of air can itself affect skin temperature and local humidity or moisture. Further clarification of the elements of microclimate

woundcareadvisor.com/understanding-therapeutic-support-surfaces-vol3no3

Addressing the skin’s microclimate. The microclimate is the skin’s heat and humidity (temperature and moisture level). Moist skin can result from sensible water loss (as with urinary incontinence) or insensible water loss (perspiration). Moist skin is a risk factor for pressure-ulcer development.