Paziente Care Ambiente - Misure di sicurezza
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    Sharal W.
    US
    Sharal W.

    to simple,but good never thee less

    Sharal W.
    US
    Sharal W.

    none at time

    Consolata Nyawira G.
    KE
    Consolata Nyawira G.

    what is asepsis

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Noquestions

    Branda B.
    US
    Branda B.

    Use of Protective Restraints Restraints are now illegal in mostly all health care facilities.

    Branda B.
    US
    Branda B.

    To use phrases such as "his" or "he" or "her" or " she" is considered sexist. It should be "his/her" or " she/he".

    Ola Becky I.
    NG
    Ola Becky I.

    pathogens which are micro organisms that are harmful to the body must be avoided by all cost.

    Manuel S.
    CO
    Manuel S.

    we must prevent patient burns food before serving. on the other hand must be identified and be very clear that are fuestes mouth ears eyes the Nariza Via great and any injury in the body the same as any body fluid, also is to have encuenta an entry for pathogens may be any orifice in the body, infections are likely deposits talens hands and objects such as sanitary ware, equipment used by any patient, cutlery, sheets etc

    Precious K.
    GB
    Precious K.

    Restraining belts can sometimes couse bruises to the patient.

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Elderly or cofused patients, patients with impaired vision or hearing, patients with mobility wheelchair, walker , and partial paralysis, patients with a history of falls, patients with a history of substance abuse, patients receiving medication that interferes with reasoning or motor functions

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