fulling

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fulling

(ful′ing)
A form of massage in which the hands move along a muscle, widening outward as they move away from the masseur's body, and then lifting the muscle as they return.
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Tucking arms is linked to patient injury, and tucking makes a safety hazard of intraprocedural maintenance of monitoring lines and IVs during the procedure.
We feel that ArmGuard offers the safest alternative to tucking arms.
1) Tucking patients' arms and general positioning--Bonnie Denholm, RN, MS, CNOR AORN April 2009Volume 89, Issue 4, Pages 755-757