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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Although falls may occur both in and out of the hospital setting, a hospitalized child's medical condition, treatments, and medications can further compromise normal developmental and prospective control, placing them at an increased risk for falls.
Keywords: Patient falls, Hospitals, Injury, Patient safety, Falls.
However, self-initiated, intentional falls may differ from sudden, unexpected falls [5].
Located 200 feet west of the parking lot for the local town park, the Falls at Clarendon has a total height of 26 feet.
Previous studies on the circumstances surrounding patient falls in U.
Of those who did not seek medical help only about 31 percent did two or more follow-up activities to help prevent future falls.
This indicates that measures of both actual and perceived fall risk should be included in fall risk assessments to help tailor interventions for preventing falls in older people, say the authors.
To reduce the number of slips, trips and falls, the Navy is taking a proactive approach in identifying factors that lead to these mishaps.
walks the reader through an inventory of their bodies' hot spots that contribute to falls.
When both labor and capital fall, output falls too.
There's a trail off to the side that leads to the top of the falls.
For your grandparents, the consequences of a fall can be far worse.