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Bibliografía para la movilización de pacientes

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Alamgir, H.; Li O. W.; Gorman, E.; Fast, C.; Yu, S.; Kidd, C. Evaluation of Ceiling Lifts in Health Care Settings: Patient Outcome and Perceptions. AAOHN Journal 57, n.º 9 (septiembre de 2009): 374-80.

Alamgir, H.; Li O. W.; Yu, S.; Gorman, E.; Fast, C.; Kidd, C. Evaluation of Ceiling Lifts in Health Care Settings: Transfer Time, Patient Comfort and Staff Perceptions. Injury 40, n.º 9 (septiembre de 2009): 987-92.

Alamgir, H.; Yu, S.; Fast, C.; Hennessy, S.; Kidd, C.; Yassi, A. Efficiency of Overhead Ceiling Lifts in Reducing Musculoskeletal Injury among Carers, Working in Long-Term Care Institutions. Injury 39, n.º 5 (mayo de 2008): 570-7.

Chhokar, R.; Engst, C.; Miller, A.; Robinson, D.; Tate, R. B.; Yassi, A. The Three-Year Economic Benefits of a Ceiling Lift Intervention Aimed to Reduce Healthcare Worker Injuries. Applied Ergonomics 36, n.º 2 (marzo de 2005): 223-9.

Collins, J.; Wolf, L.; Bell, J.; Evanoff, B. An evaluation of a “best practices” musculoskeletal injury prevention program in nursing homes. Injury Prevention; (2004)10:206-211.

Collins, J.; Wolf, L.; Bell, J.; Evanoff, B. Developing evidence based interventions to address the leading causes of workers compensation among health care workers Rehabilitation Nursing. (2010): 35(6):225-261.

Dutta, T.; Holliday, P. J.; Gorski, S. M.; Baharvandy, M. S.; Fernie, G. R. A Biomechanical Assessment of Floor and Overhead Lifts Using One or Two Caregivers for Patient Transfers. Applied Ergonomics 43, n.º 3 (mayo de 2012): 521-31.

Engst, C.; Chhokar, R.; Miller, A.; Yassi, A. Effectiveness of Overhead Lifting Devices in Reducing the Risk of Injury to Care Staff in Extended Care Facilities. Ergonomics 48, n.º 2 (febrero de 2005): 187-99.

Lee, S. J.; Faucett, J.; Gillen, M.; Krause, N. Musculoskeletal pain among critical-care nurses by availability and use of patient lifting equipment: An analysis of cross-sectional survey data. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 3 de mayo (2013).

Lipscomb, H. J.; Schoenfisch, A. L.; Myers, D. J.; Pompeii, L. A.; Dement, J. M. Evaluation of direct workers’ compensation costs for musculoskeletal injuries surrounding interventions to reduce patient lifting. Occupational and Environmental Medicine. (2012) 69: 367-372.

Marras, W. S.; Knapik, C. G.; Ferguson, S. Lumbar Spine Forces During Manoeuvring of Ceiling-Based Patient Transfer Devices. Ergonomics 52, n.º 3 (marzo de 2009): 384-97.

Nelson, A.; Matz, M.; Chen, F.; Siddharthan, K.; Lloyd, J.; Fragala, G. Development and evaluation of a multifaceted ergonomics program to prevent injuries associated with patient handling tasks. International Journal of Nursing Studies. (2006) 43: 717-733.

Pompeii, L.; Lipscomb, H.; Schoenfisch, A.; Dement J. Musculoskeletal injuries resulting from patient handling tasks among hospital workers. American Journal of Industrial medicine. (2009) 52: 571-578.

Rice, M.; Woolley, et al. Comparison of required operating forces between floor-based and overhead-mounted patient lifting devices. Ergonomics 52(1): 112-120. (2009)

Silverwood, S.; Haddock, M. Reduction of Musculoskeletal Injuries in Intensive Care Nurses Using Ceiling-Mounted Patient Lifts Dynamics 17, n.º 3 (otoño de 2006): 19-21.

Thomas, D.; Thomas, Y.; Borner, H. et al. (2009). Patient handling guidelines: literature review. ACC de Wellington.

Waters, T.; Nelson, A.; Proctor, C. (2007). Patient handling tasks with high risk for musculoskletal disorders in critical care. Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America, 19: 131-143.

Zadvinskis, I.; Salsbury, S. Effects of a multifaceted minimal lift environment for nursing staff: pilot results. Western Journal of Nursing Research. Febrero de 2010; 32(1):47-63.