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Figure 6-34-38

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Figure 6.34. In addition to the gauge on the railing, the label is mounted to indicate to nurses whether or not the bed is situated at the correct angle

Photograph of label mounted on bed to aid determination of bed's angle of elevation. In addition to the gauge on the railing, the label is mounted to indicate to nurses whether or not the bed is situated at the correct angle.

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Figure 6.35. The label on this bed is mounted at 30° so that it is level when the bed is at the correct angle

Photograph of label mounted on bed to aid determination of bed's angle of elevation. The label on this bed is mounted at 30 degrees so that it is level when the bed is at the correct angle.

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Figure 6.36. A vibrator bowl label with the vibrator turned off

Photograph of vibrator bowl label with the vibrator turned off.

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Figure 6.37. A vibrator bowl label with the vibrator turned on

Photograph of a vibrator bowl label with the vibrator turned on.

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Figure 6.38. Vibrator bowl

Photograph of vibrator bowl.

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Current as of May 2007
Internet Citation: Figure 6-34-38: Mistake-Proofing the Design of Health Care Processes -. May 2007. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/patient-safety-resources/resources/mistakeproof/mistakefig6-34-38.html