Electrical Feed-drives for Machine Tools by Hans Gross

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A person who is confined to bed for longer than a day begins to lose strength. After one week in bed, he or she may be too weak to stand up unassisted. Because of these potential risks, a person who is able to get out of bed needs to do so on a regular basis. Heart rate, or pulse, is a good indicator of how well a person’s cardiovascular system can handle being out of bed. To check a person’s heart rate, place your index and middle fingers along the carotid artery at the side of the neck or on the inside of his or her wrist (see illustrations).

Qxd 7/25/01 10:23 AM Page 25 BASIC CAREGIVING SKILLS 25 some water to rinse the mouth and a bowl to spit into, then gently sponge his or her face with cool or lukewarm water. After an episode of vomiting, do not give the person solid food for several hours, but as soon as the nausea ends, give sips of clear liquids such as water, tea, ginger ale, or broth to replace lost body fluids. Let the person decide the type of liquid he or she can drink. Soft, bland foods such as boiled potatoes, oatmeal, and gelatin may be easier to eat at this time.

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