Applying Restraints

by Cathy Parkes August 06, 2021 Updated: August 11, 2021

Applying Restraints

 When applying restraints, make sure 2 fingers can fit between restraint and patient. Use a quick release knot (e.g., slip knot). Do NOT place restraints on the side rail! Place on the bed frame (on a part that moves up/down with the bed).



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