Examining the Effectiveness of Position Sensory Alarms

This evidence-based study examines whether or not the use of position sensory alarms is effective in preventing falls in health care facilities. A literature review was conducted and yielded trial-based research studies in which outcomes of using position sensory alarms were studied. These studies suggest the elimination of position sensory alarms due to the potential harms.

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Work Title Examining the Effectiveness of Position Sensory Alarms
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  1. HAILLEY MARIE FARGO
  2. HANNAH RUTH STOEY
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  1. Penn State Mont Alto Academic Festival
  2. Information Literacy Award
  3. evidence-based practice
  4. Nursing
License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Work Type Poster
Deposited May 22, 2018

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