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RESTRAINT. Something which prevents us from doing what we would desire to do.
     2. Restraint is lawful and unlawful. It is lawful when its object is to prevent the violation of the law, or the rights of others. It is unlawful when it is used to prevent others from doing a lawful act; for example, when one binds himself not to trade generally; but an agreement not to trade in a particular place is lawful. A legacy given in restraint of marriage, or on condition that the legatee shall not marry, is good, and the condition alone is void. The Roman civil law agrees with ours in this respect; a legacy given on condition that the legatee shall not marry is void. Clef des Lois Rom. mot Passion. See Condition; Limitation.

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Reduction of physical restraints on patients during hospitalisation/rehabilitation: A clinical trial.
These policies mandated a physician order for physical restraint with further orders required every 24 hours if the need for physical restraint persisted.
According to the study by Stewart et al, (11) there is a lack of reliable estimates on the prevalence of physical restraint. Since then, various methods of calculating the rate of physical restraint use have been developed with no consensus reached.
Patient injury and physical restraint devices: A systematic review.
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CARE and support Minister Norman Lamb is expected to ask a North East mental health trust for an explanation as to why it is using the highest number of "face-down" physical restraints on patients.
Meanwhile, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust reported the highest number of total physical restraint incidents in the country.
I'm explaining what physical restraint is and teaching them the legislation.
Understanding the effects of adverse childhood experiences will be critical in developing interventions that do not inadvertently trigger those behaviors that we are trying to ameliorate--and that are likely to result in a physical restraint. This will require an extensive training effort as well as ongoing technical assistance and support.
* Involuntary Servitude: "(A) any scheme, plan, or pattern intended to cause a person to believe that, if the person did not enter into or continue in such condition, that person or another person would suffer serious harm or physical restraint; or (B) the abuse or threatened abuse of the legal process." (7)

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