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Joined: Apr 2, '12; Posts: 58 (69% Liked) ; Likes: 215
Specialty: Psychiatry

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  • Apr 26

    My favorite was a note made by the psychiatrist after a patient had intentionally kicked me in the stomach. "Patient is well aware of right from wrong. In my opinion needs a therapeutic trip to jail."

  • Dec 24 '17

    Quote from Altra
    The following release technique is taught in CPI/Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training: lean into the bite(r), then apply pressure underneath the septum. I have seen this work. Also taught is that a "tickle" in the same area will also release the jaw enough to release the bite.

    Be safe!
    I was with one co worker who was bit and instinctively pulled her arm out of the bite. There was a lot of damage, requiring surgery and physical therapy. A few years later another co worker was bit and leaned into the bite. She ended up with terrible bruising and swelling but the skin wasn't even broken.

  • Dec 24 '17

    Quote from Altra
    The following release technique is taught in CPI/Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training: lean into the bite(r), then apply pressure underneath the septum. I have seen this work. Also taught is that a "tickle" in the same area will also release the jaw enough to release the bite.

    Be safe!
    I was with one co worker who was bit and instinctively pulled her arm out of the bite. There was a lot of damage, requiring surgery and physical therapy. A few years later another co worker was bit and leaned into the bite. She ended up with terrible bruising and swelling but the skin wasn't even broken.

  • Dec 24 '17

    Quote from Altra
    The following release technique is taught in CPI/Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training: lean into the bite(r), then apply pressure underneath the septum. I have seen this work. Also taught is that a "tickle" in the same area will also release the jaw enough to release the bite.

    Be safe!
    I was with one co worker who was bit and instinctively pulled her arm out of the bite. There was a lot of damage, requiring surgery and physical therapy. A few years later another co worker was bit and leaned into the bite. She ended up with terrible bruising and swelling but the skin wasn't even broken.



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