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  • In its broadest sense, restraint is about preventing individuals from doing something they wish to do, including placing limits on people’s will or ability. There are a host of issues and perspectives to consider if we are to have an intelligent debate about the use of restraint. The practice tends to grab the media spotlight and it is not uncommon for coverage to centre on the abuse of an individual or group of older people, typically living in care or nursing homes, or during a stay in hospital. When we hear or read about the restraint of older people strong feelings can be raised....

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  • Since the primitive beginnings of operative surgery, surgeons have had a need to work with assistance, even if it was, in those early times, merely for the purposes of physical restraint. As surgical and anaesthetic practice became more sophisticated, so were the tasks becoming more complex and the demand on the surgical team ever increasing.

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  • Since the primitive beginnings of operative surgery, surgeons have had a need to work with assistance, even if it was, in those early times, merely for the purposes of physical restraint. As surgical and anaesthetic practice became more sophisticated, so were the tasks becoming more complex and the demand on the surgical team ever increasing.

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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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  • Like several other implements of child abuse, motor vehicles are household necessities. If not used properly, however, they can be deadly weapons. A ride in the family van, sports utility vehicle (SUV), pickup truck or sedan can become lethal if adults do not take appropriate precautions, including using proper child restraints and avoiding DUI 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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