Patient restraint

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  • What compels us to enter the field of veterinary medicine? More importantly, what keeps us here? You may wonder why, when you have been on your feet for ten hours with no lunch break, when you are covered with blood, feces, and vomit, when you have just argued with your boss and you’ve had to euthanize your favorite patient.

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  • Blackwell Publishing. Book Condition: New. pp. 384 Veterinary Laboratory Medicine covers all aspects of basic clinical biochemistry and haematology, and includes test-by-test interpretation of laboratory results. Information is provided on sampling techniques, the selection and use of an external laboratory, as well as near-patient testing and the practice laboratory.

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  • Source: Modified from RR Kempainen, DD Brunette: Resp. Care 49:192, 2004.Physical examination findings can also be altered by hypothermia. For instance, the assumption that areflexia is solely attributable to hypothermia can obscure and delay the diagnosis of a spinal cord lesion. Patients with hypothermia may be confused or combative; these symptoms abate more rapidly with rewarming than with the use of restraints.

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  • Many psychiatric institutions, general hospitals and social care homes in countries continue to use caged beds routinely to restrain patients with mental disorders and mental retardation. Caged beds are beds with netting or, in some cases, metal bars, which serve to physically restrain the patients. Patients are often kept in caged beds for extended periods, sometimes even years. This type of restraint is often used when staff levels or training are inadequate, and sometimes as a form of punishment or threat of punishment.

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