a board that is placed under a mattress to give added support to a patient with back problems.
a specific way of folding sheets on a bed so they can be pulled properly into place without having to flip them and stir up dust.
an abnormal neuromuscular condition of the lower leg and foot characterized by an inability to dorsiflex, or evert, the foot, caused by damageto the common peroneal nerve.
An oblique surface formed on the sheets of a bed when making it.
A pleat placed in the sheets at the end of the bed, allowing for room of the feet to aid in preventing foot drop.
A bed that a patiend is assigned to in a hospital or assisted living type setting.
A bed that is made and ready to accept a client, but has yet to be assigned to one.
a vessel made of metal or plastic, used to collect feces and urine of bedridden patients.
mucus and other exudates in the lining of the lungs, bronchi and trachea.
Lack of oxygen
Tubing that aids in the distribution of oxygen to apatient.
or medication or drain fluid.