Fatemeh Eskandari

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Incidence rate and patterns of physical restraint use were examined based on a cross-sectional study in 22 wards of a large teaching hospital in Malaysia. Results indicated that the highest rate of physical restraint (19.7%) was reported from neurology-neurosurgery wards. "Un-cooperative for electroconvulsive therapy" and "trying to pull out catheters" were(More)
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To investigate the knowledge, attitude, intention and practice of nurses towards physical restraint and factors influencing these variables. BACKGROUND A literature review showed a lack of studies focused on the intention of nurses regarding physical restraint throughout the world. Considering that very little research on physical(More)
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