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Did you know that for employees who provided direct patient care, 59% of the injuries were attributed to patient handling activities such as repositioning, transferring, preventing a patient fall and assisting a patient during a procedure.¹
For patients and residents with limited or impaired mobility, time spent out of bed may be a specific rehabilitation goal or the highlight of their day. Manual handling of patients has been seen to be a key contributor of musculoskeletal injury and pain among nurses and therapists.²,³
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- Totzkay, DL. Multifactorial Strategies for Sustaining Safe Patient Handling and Mobility. Crit Care Nurs Q, 2018. 41(3): p. 340-344
- Richardson et al. Perspectives on preventing musculoskeletal injuries in nurses: A qualitative study. Nursing Open. 2019. 6;915-929
- Daragh A, et al. Safe Patient Handling Equipment in Therapy Practice: Implications for Rehabilitation. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2013