Turning should be done at a minimum of every two hours if the child is bedridden.
When he was a teenager, he was bedridden for several months with tuberculosis.
It grew gradually worse, and developed into what his contemporaries called leprosya loathsome skin disease accompanied by bouts of fever, which sometimes kept him bedridden for months at a time.
The carnage of the Terror spread far beyond the clergy and the nobility, beyond even the middle class, for peasants and artisans were among the victims. It spread far beyond those who could conspire or rebel, for bedridden old men and women and young boys and girls were often sacrificed.
A fortnight afterwards her keys and her money were confiscated, while she, bedridden and unable to move her hand, could only ply the terrible weapon of her bitter and fiery tongue.
In the summer of 1879 Hall was struck down by apoplexy, and for the remaining nine years of his life he was practically bedridden.
The disease progresses so that the individual becomes increasingly dependent, ultimately becoming bedridden and unaware of his or her surroundings.
Patients who are bedridden are at risk of developing pressure ulcers.
Skin care is essential for children who are bedridden or in a cast or restraints.
bedridden for a month and nurses had to keep coming in to change my dressings.
For example, in one case a wheelchair arrived too late, by which stage the patient was completely bedridden.
It seemed the opportunity of a lifetime, but he was now bedridden and could scarcely move.
Her type of dancing could readily be done almost by anyone not bedridden.
bedridden for eight years?
bedridden trauma patients.
bedridden old woman whom the children looked upon with awe.
bedridden, invalid old lady.
At some point they may also need to use a wheelchair, or may become bedridden.
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