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Benefícios de Massagem Backend

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    Ocheja E.
    NG
    Ocheja E.

    This course is interesting and very beneficial as well. Great

    Sharal W.
    US
    Sharal W.

    course on back massage was great gave some ideas for being on thee floor,especially with my elderly patients, hate using powders on thee elderly, but great to know powders for thee baratics patients.

    Sharal W.
    US
    Sharal W.

    none at this time

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Before attempting to enter a patients space requires patience. Some may feel your invasive and some may not mind. Simply as first and make your presence known before doing anything.

    Jojivini L.
    FJ
    Jojivini L.

    back massaging is good for patient cause it helps to relieve some of their stress and also the relationship between patient and nurse will come up to a great pace or level

    Precious K.
    GB
    Precious K.

    Back message is good for patients as it provides circulation and also it improves the relationship between the nurse and the patient.

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Decreases muscle tension promotes relaxation increases relaxation increases circulation to the area aids in the development of the therapeutic nurse patient relationship the physiological benefits of back message cannot be overstressed for the hospitalized patient

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    A back massage should take about five to ten minutes and can be given with the patients bath before bedtime or at any other time during the day Determine if any patient allergies or skin sensitivities exist before applying lotion to the patients skin the greatest relaxation effect of a message occurs when the rhythm of the message is coordinated with the patients breathing

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Touch can be perceived as a manifestation of caring and communication between the nurse and the patient tactile communication between healthy and ill individuals can have highly beneficial results therapeutic touch may make some patients uncomfortable you are entering their personal space and their feelings must be respected so make sure you ask the patient if he or she would like a back rub

    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Lotions or emollients reduce friction and lubricate the skin they are appropriate formost patients especially those with a tendency toward dry skin that is elderly patients powder reduces friction but also has a drying effect on the skin it may be appropriate for those patients who perspire freely and or confined to bed rubbing alcohol, alcohol evaporates quickly so it has a cooling but very drying effect a certain amount of alcohol is absorbed by the skin so it should not be used on infants elderly patients or patients or patients with liver disease

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