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repositioning

changing a BRAND'S design, physical properties or the identity it projects to alter the ‘position’ of the brand in a market. See MARKET POSITIONING.
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Turn teams efficiently addressed patient repositioning to evidence-based standards, reduced HAPI to single digits or zero, was cost effective for the unit, and had sustainable results.
This position allows a one-step approach without patient repositioning during the whole procedure.
Many hospitals have included ceiling-mounted lifts to improve patient handling and movement, but lifts can also play an important role in frequent patient repositioning, necessary to help avoid two HACs, decubitus ulcers and deep vein thrombosis.
Patient repositioning intervals should be based on the individual risk for injury.

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