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When the patient or resident is stable and without significant changes, the monitoring and correlate documentation is then done at least every 4 hours for adults, every 2 hours for children from 9 to 17 years of age, and at least every hour for those less than 9 years of age.
Documentation patient behavior that indicates the continued need for restraints. patient's mental status, including orientation. number and type of restraints used and where they're placed. condition of extremities, including circulation and sensation. extremity range of motion. patient's vital signs. skin care provided.
Under the legislation, there are five types of restrictive practices: Chemical restraint \u2022 Environmental restraint \u2022 Mechanical restraint \u2022 Physical restraint \u2022 Seclusion.
Let's Talk about Restraint: Rights, Risks and Responsibility (RCN, 2008) identified five types of restraint: physical, chemical, mechanical, technological and psychological. Physical restraint involves holding patients down or physically intervening to stop them from leaving an area.
Documentation must reflect the date and time the restraint is applied, the type of restraint, alternatives that were attempted (including their results), and notification of the patient's family and physician.
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Documentation patient behavior that indicates the continued need for restraints. patient's mental status, including orientation. number and type of restraints used and where they're placed. condition of extremities, including circulation and sensation. extremity range of motion. patient's vital signs. skin care provided.
\u220e During initial use of mechanical restraint, observe/monitor the patient's condition at minimum every 15 to 30 minutes.
Examples of physical restraint devices include: lap belts, bed rails, Posey restraints or similar, chairs with tables attached, and chairs or mattresses that are difficult to get out of such as tip-back chairs, water chairs, bean bags and curved edge mattresses.
There are three types of restraints: physical, chemical and environmental.
Physical restraints limit a patient's movement. Chemical restraints are any form of psychoactive medication used not to treat illness, but to intentionally inhibit a particular behaviour or movement.

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