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Proper body alignment not only allows patients and residents to feel more comfortable, but it is important to relieve strain, increase circulation, and prevent deformities and complications such as contractures and pressure sores. Nursing assistants need to develop the skills to position those who are bedridden using assistive devices while following the principles of good body mechanics to avoid injury. This program provides clear descriptions and demonstrations of common and important techniques for safely when positioning the patient or resident in bed in supine, semi-supine, side-lying, and prone positions.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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