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Adverse Effects Associated With Physical Restraint

Adverse Effects Associated With Physical Restraint,Wanda K Mohr,Theodore A Petti,Brian D Mohr

Adverse Effects Associated With Physical Restraint   (Citations: 38)
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    • ...There is a growing body of literature discussing the dangers and unintended consequences associated with use (Mohr et al. 2003; Nunno et al. 2006)...
    • ...Children’s physical and emotional immaturity may exacerbate a restraint’s consequences, and increase the child’s vulnerability to severe bodily or psychological injury, or even death (Mohr et al. 2003)...

    Wanda K. MohrMichaelet al. Black Boxing Restraints: The Need for Full Disclosure and Consent

    • ...For example, investigators note that placement in such apparatuses forces women to relive the agonizing experience of being restrained during past physical or sexual assaults (Mohr, Petti, & Mohr, 2003; see also Gallop, McKay, Guha, & Kahn, 1999; Shaylor, 1998)...

    Heather Y. Bersotet al. The Ethics of Mechanical Restraints in Prisons and Jails: A Preliminar...

    • ...The potential for harm from this face-down prone restraint technique has been documented and deaths have occurred from the use of prone restraints, even in supervised, residential settings when done correctly (Mohr, Petti, & Mohr, 2003)...

    Bruce A. Thyeret al. Science and Pseudoscience in Developmental Disabilities: Guidelines fo...

    • ...National attention has been afforded to the practice of physical restraint against children and adolescents in psychiatric and residential treatment centers (Mohr et al. 2003)...
    • ...They include restraint asphyxia; blunt trauma to the arms, chest, and legs; catecholamine rush; rhabdomyolosis; thrombosis; broken limbs; and even death (Mohr et al. 2003)...
    • ...The psychological and cognitive impact of physical restraint includes nightmares, disturbing thoughts, fearfulness, avoidance behaviors, mistrust of mental health workers, and anxiety (Mohr et al. 2003)...
    • ...There is increasing concern over incidents of death and injury resulting from restraint (Mohr et al. 2003)...

    Patricia M. Sullivan. Violence Exposure Among Children with Disabilities

    • ...The potentiality for traumatic cognitive effects on individuals who have experienced physical restraints is multiplied for those who have a history of physical and/or sexual abuse (Mohr, Petti, & Mohr, 2003)...

    Megan Russellet al. A Comparison Between Users and Non-users of Devereux's Safe and Positi...

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