drawsheet


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drawsheet

a sheet that is smaller than a bottom or top sheet of a bed and is usually placed over the middle of the bottom sheet to keep the mattress and bottom linens dry. The draw-sheet can also be used to turn or move a patient in bed. Also called pull sheet, turning sheet.
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In a private pavilion overlooking the 18th green, this first class package includes coffee and Danish pastries, hot luncheon, traditional afternoon tea and compl imentary bar, plus VIP passes, programme and drawsheet.
This happens when staff drag a resident across the bed instead of lifting the resident with a drawsheet.
With Slipp Patient Mover, for example, two staff members can reposition a resident in 5 to 10 seconds using a drawsheet to glide the resident across the top of the device.
Day said: 'I noticed it on the drawsheet that I'd be up against Steve.
Ross Drummond last night grabbed the final qualifying spot for Birkdale - and wiped the name Nicklaus from the Open drawsheet for the first time in 36 years.
Cross the resident's arms over his or her chest, cross the resident's legs, and pull the drawsheet over the resident.
Protective padding = underpad, bed pad, chair pad, bedsheet, drawsheet
A number of other tributes will be made during the week, with an article in the official programme and numerous photos of the Spaniard around the site, while his image will appear on the drawsheets each day, with the proceeds from those being donated to his charitable foundation.
Ten years ago, it was generally believed that simple tools like gait belts and drawsheets combined with correct biomechanics were sufficient to minimize the potential of back injuries when moving patients.
And nobody was more surprised than the player known as Muhammad - because his name appears on drawsheets as "R Lee.