Nsi's Use Of Restraints In Nursing Care

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If the nursing staff in this situation were knowledgeable of NSI’s patient care and safety could have been vastly improved. Understanding of the use of restraints use would have very likely to have influenced them to not use them on this patient. Restraints are not indicated for patients that can respond appropriately and are able to make their needs known. The physician should have been questioned regarding the use of restrains on this patient. Restraints restrict movement that is necessary for a patient to reposition themselves, if able to do so. Patients repositioning themselves can lessen the occurrence of pressure ulcers. Pressure ulcers can results from skin breakdown over boney prominences. If the CNA (Certified Nurses Aid) would

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