darlene, were exactly are the sores located? if it is smack dab in the middle it might help to have a blow up donut to use alternately. t would keep the wound from coming into direct contact with anything. covering it with a sheepskin or cotton towels to pad and allow for air to circulate. also the massage cushions do help the blood to circulate but i'm afraid the motion would be painful or depending on the style might cause more irritation. a walk every two hours would help keep the circulation going. in nh they have to turn a patient every two hours min. as long as she can still be mobile can someone get her to get up and take a short walk, even if it is just to the bathroom or a window, just to get up. as far as cleaning a wound i have no idea. i would listen to the folks who have treated them. if you do not have a prescription med for it ask a pharmacist for advice, they can be a good source of information. also there is a solutions for seniors link up above this post, scroll up. also a medical supplies store may be able to recommend something. let you fingers do the walking! it is too bad that you are not getting more information from the medical community. this is one of the biggest fears of caregivers. good luck.