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The Safe Use of Patient Restraints Mandatory Annual Review Course
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 2 Definitions Restraint is: Medical (Non-behavioral) Restraint: Medical (Non-behavioral) Restraint: Any method of physically restricting a person’s freedom of movement, physical activity or normal access to his or her body. Patient immobilization that is a normal component of a procedure is not considered restraint. A manual method, physical or mechanical device, material, or equipment that immobilizes or reduces the ability of a patient to move his or her arms, legs, body or head freely. A drug used solely as a restrictions to manage the patient’s behavior or restrict freedom of movement. Click each button for details Behavioral Health Restraint: Behavioral Health Restraint: The restriction of patient movement in response to severely aggressive, destructive, violent or suicidal behaviors that place the patient or others in imminent danger. Restraint is not: Forensic restriction used by law enforcement for security purposes.
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 3 Side Rails – Restraint or Not? The use of side rails may pose risk to patient’s safety. Clinical judgment determines whether or not the use of side rails is considered restraints. Raising all four side rails to prevent the patient from exiting the bed Click the answer Restraint Not Restraint Four or full side rails to prevent the patient from rolling our of bed Patient actively seizing Post-op patient recovering from anesthesia Patient on a gurney Restraint Not Restraint Raising fewer than four side rails (when bed has more than two) Restraint Not Restraint
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 4 Alternatives to Restraints Restraints must never be used as a substitute for good nursing care or staff convenience. Restrained patients require MORE CARE and INCREASED DOCUMENTATION. PHYSICAL MEASURESSPIRITUAL NEEDS Relaxation techniques Promote normal sleep patterns Use of lap belt in chair as a reminder Provide glasses, hearing aid, dentures Tape foley to abdomen of male patient Use Activity Apron Exercise and activities Anticipate and provide for basic needs PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASURES Provide for companionship: family, friends Orient to reality Explain all procedures Use TV, radio, music Collaborate w/other healthcare members Provide pain medication, eliminate itch Contact patient’s pastor, minister, priest, rabbi Offer sacrament of Communion, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick Use sitter or volunteer to read to patient Use audio tapes, CDs ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS 1:1 communication Use of cushions to maintain safety Locate patient next to Nurse’s station Use appropriate lighting Use Geri chair, position commode, walker, near bedside Decrease noise, control activity level Place Call light within reach Position tubes/drains out of site Initiate frequent bathroom rounds Review medications for side effects & interactions PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 5 Patient Assessment Attempt Alternatives Use safe, effective and least restrictive method of restraint Clinical Justification based on observed patient actions or behaviors Interference with therapy or patient care Pulling tubes Picking at wounds Removing dressings Activity or thoughts with a reasonable probability of harm to self Wandering Unsteady gait (high risk for falls) Suicidal Activity or thoughts with a reasonable probability of harm to others Confused patient striking out at others Homicidal attempt or talks about killing/harming someone Violent patient in alcohol or drug withdrawal To Determine the NEED for RESTRAINT USE:
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 6 Restraint Orders Reason for the restraint. Be time specific Include type of restraint. Reflect least restrictive manner. Be in accordance with safe and appropriate restraining techniques. Be discontinued at the earliest point in time. Never be written as a standing order or PRN. Restraints will be initiated or continued on the order of a treating physician. The order must meet the following criteria:
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 7 Medical vs. Behavior Health Orders MedicalBehavioral Health Time Limitations 24 hours4 hours 18yrs or older 2 hours 9-17yrs 1 hour 8yrs and under RN Assessment Every 2 hours or sooner Continuously document every 15 mins MD Assessment Every 24 hours prior to writing new order Every 8 hours 18yrs or older Every 4 hours 17yrs and younger Emergency Application by RN Notify MD ASAP, within 1 hour MD must provide telephone or written order. MD must assess patient ASAP, within 24 hours. Notify MD ASAP, within 1 hour MD must assess patient and write order. Restraint Reapplication Requires new order, and MD assessment. -Even if original order has not exceeded its “time limit.” This does not include the temporary release that occurs for patient assessment.
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 8 Observation & Monitoring The patient’s physical and emotional well-being. Comfort and care needs, including hygiene, elimination, hydration, nutrition The appropriateness of restraint application, removal, and reapplication Assessment of the need for continuing or discontinuing restraint Assessment will include: Patient death associated with restraint use: RN will immediately notify Nurse Manager or House Supervisor Complete a UOR (unusual occurrence report) Hospitals AR&L Director or designee will notify CMS
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 9 Application of Restraint Must have quick-release application Use the correct size Note “front” and “back” of device Secure to bed springs or frame, not mattress or bed rails Do not apply one-sided restraints Do not restrain feet while their hands are free Place call light and necessary items within reach Do not position pregnant patients 20 weeks or greater on their back, nor should chest or waist restraints be used Restraints should be discontinued as soon as it is no longer indicated by the patient’s actions.
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 10 Hygiene Elimination Hydration Documentation Patient basic needs must be attended to, including: Document the following in Patient’s record in KP Health Connect: Physician’s order Initial assessment by the RN and 1 hour in-person evaluation by MD Patient’s actions or condition that indicated the initial and continued use of restraint Less restrictive alternatives considered Patient monitoring and response to interventions used Significant changes in the patient’s condition Reassessment/ observations, discontinuation of restraints Education and information about restraints provided to the patient and family Nutrition Circulation Range of motion
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 11 POST TEST
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 12 Quiz Answer True or False 1.Application of restraints should be the initial nursing intervention when caring for the confused or disoriented patient. TrueFalse 2.Restraints are utilized to prevent disruption of treatment or significant harm to persons. TrueFalse 3.The care of a patient in restraints requires more nursing time. TrueFalse 4.Once restraints are applied, they are not to be removed by anyone without a physician’s order. TrueFalse
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 13 6.Use of restraints can be harmful to patients and can result in such outcomes as impaired skin integrity, incontinence, increased falls, etc. Quiz Answer True or False 5.Bed rails can either be restraints or a protective device, depending on the intent of use. TrueFalse 7.When appropriate, the use of alternatives is attempted in an effort to use restraints as a last resort. TrueFalse 8.Reassessment is ongoing and occurs at a minimum of q 4 hours for patients in medical restraints in an effort to discontinue the restraints early whenever possible. TrueFalse
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 14 Quiz Answer True or False 9.Four-point soft restraints for an actively suicidal patient requires the same 15-minute observation checks as leather or hard restraints. TrueFalse 10.A physician’s order for a behavioral health restraint must be time specific with a maximum limit of 4 hours for the adult, 2 hours for children ages 9- 17, and 1 hour for children 8 and under. TrueFalse 11.RNs may discontinue restraints before the ordered time frame, but must obtain a new order if the patient again meets indications that justify restraint. TrueFalse 12.RNs can apply a restraint without a physician order, but must obtain a verbal phone order within 1 hour of the initiation of the medical restraint. TrueFalse
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 15 Quiz Answer True or False 13.Bed rails should be used on all patient at all times to keep them from falling or getting out of bed. TrueFalse 14. Which of the following observations intervals is incorrect? A.Every 30 minutes for a patient in four-point restraints to prevent combative behavior. B.Every 15 minutes for a patient in leather restraints for violent behavior to prevent injury. C.Every 2 hours for a patient with soft wrist ties to prevent dislodgment of NG tube. D.Every 2 hours for bed rails up on a patient to prevent them from continued wandering. Select the Correct Answer
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 16 Quiz 15.Which of the following are types of protective devices and not considered restraints? A.Portable table top chair to prevent the patient from slipping out of the chair. B.Safety belt on a gurney. C.Knee immobilizer. D.All of the above. Select the Correct Answer 16.The nurse should assess and address which of the following at least every two hours for patients who are restrained: A.Hydration and nutrition B.Hygiene and elimination C.Continuance or termination of restraint D.Circulation and ROM E.All of the above.
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 17 Quiz 17.Which of the following is not a clinically justified use of restraints? A.Patient continues to pull at the NG tube after reorientation and explanation. B.Combative patient in DTs. C.Patient is 75 years old and is weak and confused. D.Patient removes abdominal dressing despite use of abdominal binder. Select the Correct Answer 18.Which of the following is not an example of an alternative to restraint use? A.Medicate patient to induce sleeping. B.Tape foley to abdomen of male patient. C.Provide adequate pain medication. D.Use TV, radio, or music as diversion.
Safe Use of Patient Restraint © Kaiser Permanente | For Internal use only | 18 Quiz 19.A 9-year-old requires transport via gurney to radiology for a MRI. The gurney rails are placed in the up position. This is not considered restraint because: A.Children are allowed to sit up in gurneys. B.The child can see through side rails. C.Side rails are to be up during patient transports of all types regardless of age and are a protective/safety device. D.The child will be transferred to an exam table upon arrival so it doesn’t matter. Select the Correct Answer 20.Which of the following employees would need documented competency for restraints? A.A transportation aide that unties and reties wrist restraints for transport to radiology. B.A physical therapist that releases and reties a patient restraint in order to exercise a patient. C.A RN that monitors the patient in restraints. D.An unlicensed assistant that removes and reapplies restraints to bathe a patient. E.All of the above.
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