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BEDS & BEDS & BEDMAKING BEDMAKING CHAPTER 26

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  • Slide 1
  • BEDS & BEDMAKING CHAPTER 26
  • Slide 2
  • BEDS & BEDMAKING TYPES OF BEDS Regular beds (twin, double, queen etc) Regular beds (twin, double, queen etc) Hospital beds (manual, electric Hospital beds (manual, electric BED POSITIONS Flat Flat Fowlers position Fowlers position Low Fowlers position Low Fowlers position Semi-fowlers position Semi-fowlers position High Fowlers High Fowlers Trendelenburgs position Trendelenburgs position Reverse Trendelenburgs position Reverse Trendelenburgs position
  • Slide 3
  • BEDS & BEDMAKING FLAT Mattress is completely horizontal Client sleeping in a variety of bed positions, such as back-lying, side-lying and prone To maintain spinal alignment for clients with spinal injuries To assist clients to move & turn in bed Bed making
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  • BEDS & BEDMAKING FOWLERS POSITION HOB raised 45-60 o Knees can be bent or straight Relief from lying position Promotes lung expansion
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  • BEDS & BEDMAKING SEMI FOWLERS Semi sitting position in which HOB is raised to 35-45 o May also prop up pt. with pillow Knees may or may not be raised Convenient for eating, reading, visiting & watching TV Relief from lying positions To promote lung expansion for client with respiratory problems Assist client to a sitting position or dangle
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  • BEDS & BEDMAKING TRENDELENBURGS Head of bed is lowered and the foot is raised To promote venous circulation To provide postural drainage of lungs Requires a Drs order
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  • BEDS & BEDMAKING REVERSE TRENDELENBURGS Head of the bed raised and the foot lowered. Straight tilt in direction opposite to Trendelenburgs To promote stomach emptying and prevent esophageal reflux. Requires a Drs order
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  • BEDS & BEDMAKING LINENS When handling linens follow the rules of medical asepsis When handling linens follow the rules of medical asepsis Always hold linens away from you body and uniform Always hold linens away from you body and uniform Never shake linens (spreads microbes) Never shake linens (spreads microbes) Place clean linen on clean surfaces Place clean linen on clean surfaces Never put clean or dirty linen on the floor Never put clean or dirty linen on the floor Collect linens in order of use Collect linens in order of use Fitted sheet Fitted sheet Top sheet Top sheet Lifter/incontinence pad Lifter/incontinence pad Bedspread/blanket Bedspread/blanket Pillowcases Pillowcases
  • Slide 9
  • BEDS & BEDMAKING Use one arm to hold linen and the other to pick up linen Use one arm to hold linen and the other to pick up linen Follow standard precautions when removing linen (used linen is contaminated) Follow standard precautions when removing linen (used linen is contaminated) Wear gloves to remove soiled linen Wear gloves to remove soiled linen Check linens for personal items Check linens for personal items Remove each piece of linen separately and roll linen away from you Remove each piece of linen separately and roll linen away from you The side that touched the client is the inside of the roll The side that touched the client is the inside of the roll Place linens in an appropriate laundry container Place linens in an appropriate laundry container Change linens if wet, damp or soiled Change linens if wet, damp or soiled
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  • BEDS & BEDMAKING BEDMAKING The Closed Bed when the bed will be unoccupied for a period of time (resident is up for the day, or after a pt. is discharged)) The Closed Bed when the bed will be unoccupied for a period of time (resident is up for the day, or after a pt. is discharged)) The Open Bed - made shortly before the bed is to be occupied (resident is up for short periods) The Open Bed - made shortly before the bed is to be occupied (resident is up for short periods) The Occupied Bed made with the client in it The Occupied Bed made with the client in it The Surgical Bed made so that a client can be moved from a stretcher to a bed The Surgical Bed made so that a client can be moved from a stretcher to a bed MOVIE CLIP MOVIE CLIP