Accordingly, almost all orders were highly diversified with respect to species richness including pest and predator species except Araneae which had significantly high diversity in all crops of CWZ.
Among them the wheat and brassica crop in CWZ were preferred by many species of Odonata, Hemiptera, Coleoptera, Diptera and Araneae.
Orders Orthoptera, Hemiptera, Coleoptera and Araneae were dominating in both zones with significantly greater diversity of the former three orders in MCZ and the later one in CWZ.
Between October 2001 and February 2002, 120 (n=94 prevention group, n=26 treatment group) patients in SAH, and between November 2003 and January 2004, 130 (n=65 prevention group, n=65 treatment group) patients in the CWZ were included.
The CWZ placed most emphasis on repositioning and mobilization (human approach), while the SAH most frequently used special dressings and ointments (technical approach).
Table 7 shows the estimated budget impact per pressure ulcer grade for the SAH with the predominantly technical approach and the CWZ with the predominantly human approach.
Although the length of stay in the CWZ was significantly longer than in the SAH (19.
The mean duration of treatment per grade in the SAH varied between 9 and 13 days, and in the CWZ between 10 and 14 days (see Table 7).