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Office of the Inspector General. Washington, DC: US Department of Health and Human Services; September 2006. Report No. OEI-09-04-00350.
This report presents findings from an investigation into the reporting of and response to restraint and seclusion-related deaths.
Gulliver D. Sarasota Herald Tribune. November 7, 2006:BS1.
This article reports on the death of a restrained patient and outlines the factors affecting the subsequent reporting of the event.
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Griffey RT, Wittels K, Gilboy N, McAfee AT. Ann Emerg Med. 2009;53:469-476.
Computerized reminders to renew orders for physical restraints were combined with a forcing function—denial of computer access until the order was completed—in this trial conducted in an emergency department. Although clinician ordering behavior improved, no significant improvement was found in the amount of time patients spent in restraints.