Audit your transfer practices to discover if there are transfer errors occurring. The leading 5 transfer errors lead to 15 types of injuries affecting both the client and the caregiver....
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Recent innovations in patient transfer tools and techniques make it safe and easy to transfer patients without lifting.  No-lift is a key feature of all these challenging transfers including: The Seated...
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The primary cause of injury during a manual transfer is overexertion.  Overexertion occurs when the caregiver attempts to use lifting force on the patient. Most conventional manual patient transfers taught...
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NoLiftTransfers has certified hundreds of healthcare personnel under a new program offering Certification in Safe Patient Handling.  The risk to caregivers when handling patients continues to lead the nation, five...
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The ultimate patient transfer toolbox is simple.  It contains three tools that will allow you to transfer the majority of your patients without large bulky machines or assistants.  The tools...
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You might think that the 35lb transfer limit would eliminate most of your patients.  Actually the majority of you patients have a transfer weight much lower than 35lbs.  The number...
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Just like its cousin the no fly zone the no transfer zone limits access to certain areas during the transfer process.  The no transfer zone extends from the knee to...
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There is a movement by Member State Associations to implement a Nationwide State Legislative Agenda that focuses on issues important to members of the healthcare community, including nurses, CMA’s, CNA’s.  ...
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New York is the next in line to promote legislation aimed at regulating the patient handling process.  The regulation is being cited as the “safe patient handling act”.  The regulators...
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The Swivel™ was developed to solve the main problem in the patient transfer process, musculoskeletal and tissue injuries resulting from strains occurring in the transfer process. The physical stress and...
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