Safe patient handling: Challenging behaviour
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Håkan Skenhede

Håkan Skenhede
Active Rehab Equipment
(Friday, Limelight 1 Room, 11-1)

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    Safe patient handling: Challenging behaviour Safe patient handling: Challenging behaviour Presentation Transcript

    • Safe patient handlingChallengingbehaviour Håkan Skenhede
    • Ethics• All solutions should be with minimum force and minimum violence!• All solutions must be able to integrate in your patient handling.
    • Three different patients• Positive active• Passive• Negative active
    • Whyaggresive?• Scared?• Pain?• Disorientated?• Medical reason?
    • Pain• A good grip has to havecontact with the inside of the hand.Exercise
    • Force creates an opposite force• The more force you apply the more force is likely to come back to you.Exercise
    • Balance• If you put the patient in an unbalanced position theywillincreaseforce/muscle activityExercise
    • Naturalpattern• Sincewewereyoungwehavebeenfollowing the naturalpattern. If you dontfollow that when you move the patient theywill not help you. Maybetheywillevenresist or fight back.Exercises: sitting down, walking,