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  • Figure 33-1 Tub/shower seat in the home. Figure 33-2 Hand bars on the sides of the bathtub. Figure 33–3 A shower chair.
  • Remove top sheet from under the bath blanket.
  • Draping the client for perineal-genital care. Female genitals. Male genitals.
  • The sulcular technique: Place the bristles at a 45-degree angle with the tips of the outer bristles under the gingival margins. Brushing from the sulcus to the crown of the teeth. Brushing the biting surfaces.
  • Stretching the floss between the third finger of each hand. Flossing the lower teeth by using the index fingers to stretch the floss.
  • Removing the top dentures by first breaking the suction. Inserting the dentures at a slight angle.
  • Position of client and placement of curved basin when providing special mouth care to an unconscious patient.
  • Shampooing the hair of a client confined to bed. Note the shampoo basin and the receptacle below.
  • Figure 33-11 Removing hard contact lenses. Figure 33-12 Storing lenses. Place the first lens in its designated cup in the storage case before removing the second lens. This avoids mixing up two potentially different lenses. Figure 33-13 Removing a soft lens by pinching it between the pads of the thumb and index finger.
  • Figure 33-14 Removing an artificial eye by retracting the lower eyelid and exerting slight pressure below the eyelid. Figure 33-15 Holding an artificial eye between the thumb and index finger for insertion.
  • Figure 33-16 A, A behind-the-ear hearing aid. B, A behind-the-ear hearing aid attached to glasses.
  • Figure 33-17 A, An in-the-ear hearing aid. B, Small hearing aid in ear canal. C, Large hearing aid in ear canal.

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