Restraining methods : Nursing

Restraining methods

  • Alternative methods: Consider first
    • Diversional activities
    • Parental participation
    • Therapeutic holding
  • Use least restrictive
  • Behavioral restraints
    • Used when significant risk present
    • Determine cause of behavior first
  • Mummy restraint or swaddle
  • Jacket restraint
    Arm and leg restraints
    Elbow restraint

 

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