The draw sheet pull or the three-person carry should be used if:
a. The technologist is feeling weak.
b. The patient is unable to assist or there is a stretcher to table height disparity
that cannot be adjusted.
The patient has a fresh cast.
d. There is a long distance to travel.
In the _________ method, the bed sheet is loosened from either side of the bed
and rolled up close to the patient's body to provide handholds for pulling and lifting
a. Three-person lift.
b. Three-person carry.
Draw sheet pull.
d. Patient-assisted move.
In the draw sheet pull, the carriers should be sure to move the patient:
a. In unison, so the head and feet move safely with the trunk.
b. Hips first.
At a ninety-degree angle from the stretcher.
d. Parallel to their bodies.
In _________________, the patient is lifted and rolled with the patient's weight
borne by the movers' upper arms and chests.
a. The three-person carry.
b. The draw-sheet pull.
The patient-assisted move.
d. All of the above.