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2nd ed.
New York : Springer Publishing Company, c2009
xv, 172 s. : il. ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-0-8261-0389-5 (brož.)
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Preface xi Acknowledgments xv // PART I: PREVENTING PATIENT FALLS 1 // 1 Creating a Fall Intervention Program: An Overview 3 // The Problem of Patient Falls 6 // Identifying Types of Falls 9 // Collecting Baseline Data 12 // Planning a Fall Intervention Program 13 // Institutional Coordination for Fall Prevention 15 // 2 Creating a Safe Environment: // Preventing Accidental Falls 25 // Ensuring a Safe Environment 25 The Walkthrough 26 // Structural Features as a Threat to Patient Safety 26 Conducting Equipment Safety Checks 35 Patient Safety Care Practices 37 // 3 Monitoring Falls in the Institution 41 // Recording Fall Rates 41 The Injury Rate 44 Classifying Injuries 45 Common Errors in Reporting 46 Establishing Baseline Data 47 Institutional Monitoring 48 // 4 Predicting Physiological Anticipated Falls 51 // Assessing Fall Risk: Patient Assessment 52 The Morse Fall Scale 53 Scoring the Morse Fall Scale 54 Determining Level of Risk 59 Using the MFS 62 // Preparing to Implement a Fall Prevention Program 64 The Interdisciplinary Consultation Team 67 Pediatric Falls 68 // 5 Intervention: Fall Prevention and Protection 71 // Routine Fall Intervention Strategies 71 Unanticipated Physiological Falls 75 Physiological Anticipated Falls 76 Interventions as Prevention Strategies and Protection Strategies 80 // Monitoring Individuals Who Fall: Identifying Patterns 85 The Fall 88 // 6 Conducting a Fall Assessment 91 // Components of a Fall Assessment 91 // 7 Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Program 97 // How Do You Know If Your Fall Program Is Working? 97 Mow Do You Know If the Morse Fall Scale (MFS) Is Working In Your Setting? 98 Does the MFS Have Norms? 99 Benchmarking 100 //
PART II: APPENDICES: RESEARCHING PATIENT FALLS // A: Development of the Morse Fall Scale 105 // The Establishment of a Database 105 Identifying Significant Variables 106 Obtaining Scale Weights for Each Item 110 Determining the Level of Risk 1 11 Computer Testing of the Scale 112 // Estimation of Reliability 113 Establishment of Validity 113 // B: The Morse Fall Scale: Determining Level of Risk 117 // Calculating Risk 118 // Valuing the Cost of an Incorrect Decision 120 // C: A Comparison of Methods for Calculating Fall Rates 125 // Patient Fall Rates 126 // The Number of Patients at Risk 127 // The Number of Patients Who Fell 128 // The Number of Falls per Bed 128 // The Probability of Falling 128 // D: Prospective Testing of the Morse Fall Scale 131 Method 131 Results 132 Discussion 139 E: Problems in Evaluating Fall Risk Scales 143 // Methods of Scale Development 144 // Models Used to Evaluate Fall Risk Scales 147 // Inappropriate Design Used for Clinical Testing 147 // Errors in Evaluation 149 // Invalid Design of Clinical Testing 150 // Clinical Errors When Using the Scale 152 // Discussion: So What? What Is at Risk? 153 // F: Translations of the Morse Fall Scale 157 // Danish Version 159 Spanish Version 160 German Version 161 French Version 162 Japanese Version 163 Korean Version 164 Mandarin Version 165 Filipino Version 166 Persian Version 167 // Index 169

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