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Can you use pillows with a clinitron bed?

Clinitron: For under the head yes but maximal benefit of pressure relief in other areas is without pillows. ...Read more

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What are bed transfers like?

What are bed transfers like?

Bed Transfers: When you perform a bed transfer, you help a bedridden person move from the bed to a chair or wheelchair. You also may help move him back into bed. You can use the pivot transfer, scoot transfer or slide board transfer. A gait belt can be used with any of these transfers. ...Read more

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How would turn a frail person in bed?

How would turn a frail person in bed?

Log-roll: The best way would be to use a sheet under the patient while he/she is flat on their back. By lifting the sheet, you can roll the patient from one side to the other. Raise the head of the bed to a comfortable height when you are done. ...Read more

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Should you ware underware in bed or not?

Your choice: There is no particularly correct answer for this question. Some do, some do not. ...Read more

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What are bed sores?

What are bed sores?

Unhealthy Tissue: Bed sores or pressure ulcers are tissue lesions caused by poor circulation and pressure to the tissues. ...Read more

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What causes bed sores?

What causes bed sores?

Bed sores: Bed sores are due to pressure injuries to the skin. There are two sides to the equation: the length and type of pressure on the one side; and the vulnerability of the skin on the other (moisture, edema, arterial disease, prior disease, etc.). The types of pressure injuries include friction, shearing, and pressure. ...Read more

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How can I treat bed sores?

How can I treat bed sores?

Bedsores: Bedsores fall into one of four stages based on their severity. The appropriate treatment would depend on the stage of your bedsores. The first step in treating a sore at any stage is relieving the pressure that caused it. See a doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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How do people get bed sores?

Friction: They are often caused by friction when people are not moved properly and an area rubs on the bed sheets. ...Read more

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What do bed sores look like?

What do bed sores look like?

ULCERATION SKIN: There is loss of superficial skin in earlier vstages, than there is loss os of soft tissue and in severe cases all the way to the bone. See the images. ...Read more

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How do you treat bed sores?

How do you treat bed sores?

Pressure wounds: Pressure wounds are all about pressure off loading. Alleviation of the pressure / decreased blood flow is the key. Therefore environmental modification of beds, turning routine, and wheel chairs are of paramount importance. Wound care with adequate surgery to clear the bad tissue is also important. Nutrition should be optimized. Occasionally flaps are done on full thickness wounds. ...Read more

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What do bed sores do to people?

They hurt: And they can become open wounds and provide opportunity for bacteria to get inside and create overall systemic infection. They are from no movement and stagnation. People are meant to move. ...Read more

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What's the best bed to sleep on?

What's the best bed to sleep on?

Bed: The best bed to sleep on, is the one that helps you feel most comfortable and relaxed. That's why mattress companies make so many different types, and why they vary in softness and firmness. Go test them out and you'll find one that best suits you. ...Read more

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How do I know when to go to bed?

Bedtime takes time: The answer requires time and testing. It's best to begin with the time you need to wake up. If social or work responsibilities require a specific wake time, even if only a few days a week, start from there. Work back 8 hours, to find optimal bedtime. Follow that schedule for a week or two and see how you feel. Adjust bedtime earlier or later if you're feeling tired or waking up too early. ...Read more

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4 year old is wetting bed again?

4 year old is wetting bed again?

Again?: If you child was dry at night and now is wetting, something is wrong. Although it could be anxiety, there may be physical issues such as a urinary tract infection. Best to call your pediatrician. ...Read more

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Are there beds that can help sad?

Are there beds that can help sad?

SAD Therapy: Treatment for seasonal affective disorder may include light therapy, medications and psychotherapy. If you have bipolar disorder, your doctor will be careful when prescribing light therapy or an antidepressant. Both treatments can potentially trigger a manic episode. ...Read more

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Can bed sores go away by itself?

Can bed sores go away by itself?

No: Typically it takes a major team effort for anything that is significant in size or depth - especially related to keeping all weight off the sore, doing dressing changes, optimizing nutrition, making sure that cushions and supportive surface are working well, and sometimes surgery. ...Read more

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What can I do to go to bed early.

What can I do to go to bed early.

Change how you think: 1) Redefine your idea of "early" and "late". 2) Keep in mind your goal for sleeping early (health, getting more time to think, etc.). 3) Determine when you want to get up. 4) Subtract 8 hours from when you want to get up to figure out when you ought to sleep. 5) Do something calming, like taking a shower. 6) Go to bed as soon as you feel tired. 7) Make it a habit to sleep and arise consistently. ...Read more

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Best time to stop eating before bed?

Best time to stop eating before bed?

No bedtime snacks!: Bedtimes for people vary, but normal stomach emptying rates are fairly standardized at 1-2 hours for liquids and 4-6 hours for solids. Gastroparesis takes longer. Big and greasy meals take longer to emptying than those made up more of protein and carbohydrates. Lay down on a full stomach puts you at risk for reflux with heartburn, regurgitation, sourbrash, breathing and sinus trouble. Wait! ...Read more

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How to stop your bed partner snoring?

How to stop your bed partner snoring?

Snoring: The reason for the snoring needs to be determined before a fix can be identified. Sometimes a sleep study is needed for this reason. ...Read more

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What do bed sores normally look like?

Redness: Initially persistent redness, then denuded skin and next open would which gets deeper and larger the worse it i. Prevention is important. Rotate nd special mattresses are a mainstay. ...Read more

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How do I get my child to stay in bed?

How do I get my child to stay in bed?

Be consistent.: Limit setting issues around bed are very common and manifest by "curtain calls" where your child keeps leaving the room. Every time they leave the room bring them back to bed with a minimum of fuss. If your child is not in bed, close the door for one minute. If they are not in bed, close for two minutes. Keep doing this, increasing the interval, until they get the message. ...Read more

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Should fat people have platform beds?

Should fat people have platform beds?

To a significant: Extent this depends on body weight. When checking weight capacity for a slat platform bed – ensure that you calculate weight of the mattress in the equation. Individual slats are not strong – so if weight is not evenly distributed (such as kneeling) then a slat may break despite high weight capacity for bed. Overtime slats may sink, leading to less back support ; wearing out mattress more quickly. ...Read more

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What causes a teenager to wet the bed?

What causes a teenager to wet the bed?

Needs evaluation: If bedwetting is a new event, proper evaluation is warranted. Diabetes mellitus and kidney failure are on the list. ...Read more

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Could a bed wedge help reduce snoring?

Could a bed wedge help reduce snoring?

R/O OSA: OSA can be suggested by history and physical. Excess snoring/daytime sleepiness/apneic episodes/ aM headaches. And the Exam obesity/small oral airway/collar size>18. The definitive test is a PSG with split night/CPAP titration. I would request copy of sleep study and get a second opinion if you are not satisfied with the options. You are young CPAP can be difficult to tolerate. ENT FOR UPP EVAL. ...Read more

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Why would a teenager still wet the bed?

Why would a teenager still wet the bed?

Primary enuresis: Primary enuresis is a term used when child has not achieved urinary continence by age 6. Majority of affected children has a positive family history. If incontinence develops after a minimum of 6-month continence, the condition is called secondary enuresis, and is more likely associated with various kidney diseases or metabolic condition, e.g., diabetes mellitus. ...Read more

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Can I sleep with my baby in family bed?

Can I sleep with my baby in family bed?

No: Hundreds of babies die in the us every year because of co-sleeping. They are either suffocated when mom rolls over on them or strangle in the bed clothes. Same room is fine same bed is not. ...Read more

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What time I should go to bed at night?

What time I should go to bed at night?

Time to go to bed: Consider answering the question as to what time you wish to wake up in the morning and subtract about 8 hours from that time. Most of us need close to 8 hours of sleep on average, to function optimally during the day. Not getting enough sleep invites many other psychological and physical problems. Good sleep hygiene is one of the most important habits to help with a well-adjusted life. ...Read more

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Want to under stand to treat bed sores?

Want to under stand to treat bed sores?

Pressure sores: Pressure sores are due to pressure which needs to be relieved in order to prevent further damage to the area in question. Seek assistance for other treatments from a clinician that is familar with this type of skin injury. ...Read more