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Then have the person hold their hand open in a relaxed position. Release pressure on the ulnar artery if the blanching is still present after 10 seconds then circulation is poor and is an indicator of carpel tunnel.(pullen,2005)The Tinel’s sign is similar to the modified Allen’s test where circulation is restricted to the hand. However,instead of using thumbs to apply pressure. Tape or a tourniquet will be used. (Sansone,2006)Stack, T., Ostrom, L. T., & Wilhelmsen, C. A. (2016). Occupational ergonomics: A practical approach. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.BPullen, Richard L.. In: Nursing. 2005, Vol. 35, Issue 10, pages. 26-26; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, WK Health, 2005. Language: English, Database: Business Insights GlobalSansone, Jason M.; Gatzke, Angela M.; Aslinia, Florence; Rolak, Loren A.; Yale, Steven H. Clinical Medicine & Research. Mar2006, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p85-89. 5p. DOI: 10.3121/cmr.4.1.85.
Each of us reacts habitually when we see money on the ground; we bend over and pick it up. Describe how you would get employees to avoid improper bending to pick up items from the ground in situations such as this. Use the four Es: empowerment, encouragement, education, andenlightenment.Your response should be 200 words.Anyone person who sees money on the ground will not put any thought in to how to properly pick it up. The exception to this is a person who has already sustained a back injury or older person who if he/she bends down to pick up money may not be able to get back up again. While the idea here is not to discourage or prevent any one from picking up money. We want to provide employees with information that a simple decision to pick up money may cause a life of back problems.