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One approach to patient lifting.
Can Nurse. 1994 Jan; 90(1):57-8.CN

Abstract

In 1990, Canadian hospitals reported 30,487 time-loss injuries. Fifty-three percent were sustained by nurses. Almost half were back injuries. Back injury is now recognized as one of the major reasons for ill-health retirement from nursing. Not only is it the most frequent injury sustained by nurses. It also is the most debilitating.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

8313347

Citation

Haley, E. "One Approach to Patient Lifting." The Canadian Nurse, vol. 90, no. 1, 1994, pp. 57-8.
Haley E. One approach to patient lifting. Can Nurse. 1994;90(1):57-8.
Haley, E. (1994). One approach to patient lifting. The Canadian Nurse, 90(1), 57-8.
Haley E. One Approach to Patient Lifting. Can Nurse. 1994;90(1):57-8. PubMed PMID: 8313347.
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