Guest Columns: A new look at bed-rail entrapments

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Report: Nursing home therapy reimbursement under review as reform law toughens up
Report: Nursing home therapy reimbursement under review as reform law toughens up
Side rails are often seen as the source of bed-rail entrapments. But people might not realize that entrapment can occur when the head- or foot-end of the mattress is being raised or lowered, particularly in an electric bed. To read the column, go to http://www.mcknights.com/Another-hospital-bed-entrapment-concern-power-down-versus-gravity-down/article/119309/.
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