The experience I had was with a patient who had had very low p.o intake due to increased agitation and inattention to task for several days. The patient was placed with a safety canopy and when I went to see him and his RN regarding tolerating diet and possible modifications, the CNA was feeding the patient in a room. She stated that he was more calm and able to focus on the task and was eating a puree diet w/ increased intake.
P. V, SLP
Northern California Hospital
Thank you for reaching out to us and providing the in-services to my nurses. My staff and physicians we talked to were very positive about this bed.
E. N, RN, MS, CMSRN
Bay Area Hospital
…….the camera techs who monitor the seizure patients on the Neuro floor were amazed how well the camera was able to see the patient through the netting – “like it wasn’t even there.” M.S. is huge advocate of the Safety Canopy
J.W. , RN BSN
“Everyone was incredibly positive and felt it was one of the most successful implementations ever at this Hospital – also, they felt it was so successful that it was a great model for future implementations. They also agreed that it is very important to have the CNO fully supporting the project and to involve all the appropriate people in the process development”.
A. R, RN, BSN
our Falls team met today and everyone in attendance was in favor of using the Safety Canopy bed for appropriate patients. The only complaint I received was that it was taking too long to get this implemented!