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Patient Care Ergonomics Resource Guide: Safe Patient Handling & Movement Department of Veterans Affairs Tools and Strategies or Implementation................................................................................................................... 104 Monitoring Progress .............................................................................................................................................. 106 Chapter 10: Competency Program to Prevent Musculoskeletal Injuries in Caregivers A. Why Training Alone is Not Effective ............................................................................................................... 107 B. Designing an Effective Training Program......................................................................................................... 107 C. Prevention of Injuries in Floats/Students .......................................................................................................... 108 D. Tool Kit .......................................................................................................................................................... 108 Chapter 11: Evaluating Outcomes A. Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................... 113 B. Evaluation Design............................................................................................................................................. 113 C. Measuring Outcomes ........................................................................................................................................ 114 D. Evaluation Tools… ........................................................................................................................................... 115 Incidence/Severity of Injuries ........................................................................................................................... 115 Musculoskeletal Pain and Discomfort............................................................................................................... 117 Job Satisfaction................................................................................................................................................. 117 Provider Acceptance ......................................................................................................................................... 118 Patient Acceptance............................................................................................................................................ 118 Adherence ......................................................................................................................................................... 118 Cost Effectiveness of Safe Patient Handling and Movement Technology........................................................................................................ 119 Intangible Benefits ............................................................................................................................................ 120 Attachment 11-1: Standard Injury Rate Statistics ................................................................................................... 121 Attachment 11-2: Injury Collection Data ................................................................................................................ 123 Attachment 11-3: Index of Caregiver Satisfaction .................................................................................................. 129 Attachment 11-4: Site Coordinator Monthly Log ................................................................................................... 135 Attachment 11-5: Patient Care Equipment Use Survey........................................................................................... 137 iv

Patient Care Ergonomics Resource Guide: Safe Patient Handling & Movement Department of Veterans Affairs Chapter 12: Special Handling and Movement Challenges Related to Bariatrics Purpose .............................................................................................................................................. 139 Defining Obesity .............................................................................................................................................. 139 Table 12-1 Definition of Bariatric by Body Mass Index (BMI) .................................................................... 139 Bariatric Algorithms .............................................................................................................................................. 140 Algorithm 1 Bariatric Transfer To and From: Bed to Chair, Chair to Toilet, or Chair to Chair..................... 141 Algorithm 2 Bariatric Lateral Transfer To and From: Bed to Stretcher, Trolley............................................ 142 Algorithm 3 Bariatric Reposition in Bed: Side-to-Side, Up in Bed ................................................................ 143 Algorithm 4 Bariatric Reposition in Chair: Wheelchair, Chair or Dependency Chair.................................... 144 Algorithm 5 Patient Handling Tasks Requiring Sustained Holding of a Limb or Access to Body Parts ......... 145 Algorithm 6 Bariatric Transporting (Stretcher, Wheelchair, Walker).............................................................. 146 Bariatric Equipment .............................................................................................................................................. 147 Hospital Bed .............................................................................................................................................. 147 Wheelchair .............................................................................................................................................. 147 Stretcher .............................................................................................................................................. 147 Bedside Commode/Shower Chair ..................................................................................................................... 148 Scales .............................................................................................................................................. 148 Walker .............................................................................................................................................. 148 Bathroom .............................................................................................................................................. 148 Patient Care Environment ................................................................................................................................. 148 Transfer Devices .............................................................................................................................................. 148 Ancillary Departments ...................................................................................................................................... 149 Other Patient Care Devices............................................................................................................................... 149 Decision to Buy or Rent Bariatric Equipment.......................................................................................................... 149 Table 12-2 Factors Affecting Decision to Buy or Rent Bariatric Equipment ................................................ 149 Helpful Hints in Selecting Bariatric Equipment....................................................................................................... 150 Bariatric Equipment Options.................................................................................................................................... 151 Table 12-3 Safe Patient Handling and Movement Equipment for the Bariatric Population........................... 152 References .............................................................................................................................................. 153 References ........................................................................................................................................................... 155 Glossary ............................................................................................................................................................ 165 v

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