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Physical intervention on psychiatric inpatient units remains a highly controversial ethical issue. Download a print-friendly PDF file of this article here. The specific use of physical restraint in the prone face down position is particularly controversial due to significant research that associates this position with an increased risk of death through positional asphyxia. Paterson et al report 12 cases of restraint-related deaths in health care settings in the UK between and The majority of these occurred with the patient in the prone position.

Chan et al directly measured restrictions on breathing during physical intervention and observed a 10 per cent reduction in the supine face up position compared with a 15 per cent reduction in the prone position. This perspective also recognises the precarious nature of trying to move a violent individual to the floor against their will and the increased risk of injury to patient and staff.

The Management of Violence and Aggression Service of the Mersey Care NHS Trust, while not removing this position from its teaching programme, has sought to pursue a strategy of promoting the maintenance of a violent and aggressive patient in the vertical standing position. The training packages delivered by the department promote awareness that horizontal restraint can take place in the supine position, where the patient would be held on their back. This would offer specific benefits to the patient in terms of their maintaining a greater field of vision with what would hopefully be an accompanied reduction in anxiety, as well as ensuring breathing is impeded to a lesser degree.

This philosophy of only moving a violent individual to the floor if absolutely necessary as a means of protecting that person and the staff involved is constantly re-emphasised verbally throughout the training programme, tested in controlled role-play scenarios and monitored through audit forms that provide a detailed analysis of each incident.

Lee et al recorded staff perception of a positive outcome if the incident was successfully resolved physically without injury to the patient and staff. Not least of these will be the specific antecedents to the intervention and the concurrent level of threat indicated at that time.

Paterson and Leadbetter contribute to the debate in this area when they emphasise the lack of dignity for the patient inherent in being held on the floor.

McDonnell et al promote the more socially acceptable alternatives of moving an aggressive individual to a chair or bed rather than taking them to the floor. These perspectives reinforce the widely held perception that restraint on the floor is to be avoided wherever possible. Our experience of role-play scenarios magnifies our concern that removal to the horizontal position can be undertaken with unnecessary if somewhat understandable haste.

On many occasions when an aggression management teacher is role-playing a patient, the staff will initiate movement to the floor when the volume of verbal aggression increases without any accompanied increase in the physical struggle. This obviously raises concerns about the use of restraint in the horizontal position in clinical areas.

We would hope, but cannot be sure, that all interventions where the patient is restrained on the floor are a result of a real loss of control of the situation in the standing position.

Despite a more enlightened perspective on physical intervention in recent decades and the publication of documents by professional bodies such as the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence NICE , NIMHE and the Royal College Of Psychiatrists the authors cannot ignore the possibility that certain staff may still adhere to a punitive ethos around restraint.

Lee et al recorded concern among health care staff about the negative attitudes of some colleagues during physical intervention. Other studies have suggested an erosion of the therapeutic relationship between patient and staff after high levels of exposure to violence and aggression.

Whittington and Wykes suggested that the presence of verbal and physical aggression by patients can lead to high levels of staff anxiety and produce an overemphasis on control in care. This may manifest itself in the overzealous use of physical restraint. Intervention in the horizontal position may often be favoured by staff who lack confidence about their ability to manage a violent incident successfully with the patient standing up or, more disturbingly, have developed a negative or detached relationship with the individual.

We would be hopeful, however, that vigilant monitoring of our violence and aggression audit forms would enable us to link certain staff members with overuse of this form of intervention and to act accordingly. We should also establish a balanced perspective in this area by noting that physical intervention in the prone position is not roundly condemned and may be seen to have some positive effects.

Aschen reported that restraint of a patient in the prone position resulted in a shorter period before the violent behaviour was brought under control. Any overall concern about restraint in the prone position should take into account the continued shortage of high-quality evidence about its benefits or otherwise.

The study reported below was part of a series of investigations into the relationship of restraint position and staff and patient characteristics. The first step in this series was to compare the characteristics of incidents in which patients were horizontally restrained either prone or supine with those in which patients were vertically restrained Whittington and Wykes, The purpose of this paper is to report a descriptive analysis in which a comparison between prone and supine incidents was conducted.

The dataset comprised the incidents of horizontal restraint examined above, of which 69 42 per cent were supine and 96 58 per cent prone.

The research question concerned the issue of evidence-based physical interventions for acutely disturbed psychiatric inpatients. In particular the study was intended to establish whether the decision to physically restrain a patient in the prone or supine position was associated with any specific patient, staff or situational characteristics.

These included precursors of the restraint episode for example patient behaviour beforehand , components of the restraint episode itself for example grade of staff involved and concurrent interventions and outcomes of the episode staff and patient injury.

A cross-sectional survey design was adopted and the data was obtained from the violence and aggression audit form used by the trust.

A total of 10 variables were selected for scrutiny on the basis of their potential clinical importance. Many patients had been involved in multiple incidents more than 20 incidents in some instances. The prone position was used more frequently at the weekends, but this association was not statistically significant. There was no association between patient ethnicity and restraint position and the duration of restraint was the same in both positions. Analysis of the data and its relevance to practice raises a number of pertinent questions and possible conclusions about the nature of physical intervention on the inpatient units covered by the survey.

When an incident occurs staff will very often be widely dispersed and would, by implication, respond to an incident from different directions. Once they place hands on the violent patient we would expect staff to be acutely aware of protecting the head of the patient if a controlled descent to the floor was initiated as a last resort.

If staff are following the directives set down and repeatedly practised in training, they would be looking to move the patient in the direction of the member of staff who is securing the head so that they are best able to protect the head during a potentially hazardous descent to the floor.

The member of staff securing the head may be holding it at the back or at the front. It can often simply depend on the direction from which they arrive at the incident. The low levels of patient injury would tend to reinforce this protective inclination on the part of staff. The prone position may be more likely to be associated with others reporting imminent violence, because that warning would have afforded staff an opportunity to approach the patient from the front, establish appropriate eye contact and attempt to de-escalate the situation.

The importance of appropriate eye contact to the verbal de-escalation process is emphasised by Turnbull et al Where this strategy of de-escalation fails, physical intervention would then be initiated from the front - making a controlled descent to the floor in the prone position a safer option because the member of staff at the front is best placed to protect the face if the patient moves forwards towards the floor.

This sense of an incomplete picture of the level of calm and self-control the patient has reached may push the staff towards initiating a high level of observation after intervention as a precautionary measure.

A patient who was withdrawn and uncommunicative would often be likely to be turned away from staff engaged in an attempt to verbally defuse and de-escalate a potentially violent situation. In the same way, an incident classified as being of high severity may well involve an assault already being undertaken when staff intervene, with no real opportunity to de-escalate.

The staff are taught that it is safer to intervene from behind when an assault is already under way, so securing the head from behind would again be a likely outcome. Once the head of the patient has been secured from behind, any controlled descent to the floor should involve moving the patient safely onto their back where the member of staff is positioned to protect the head through the descent.

Reassuringly, interventions taught to staff seem to be being practically applied to the clinical reality. If we work on the premise that restraint in the prone position is less desirable than in the supine position, this study clearly suggests that we have an opportunity to influence the nature of intervention through quite minimal changes to our training programme.

Such a strategy would obviously have to recognise the additional anxiety a patient will experience through not being able to see the member of staff holding onto their head.

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