Thank you and I have a general question and i won't ever forget your answers. What does it mean when a PT is tilted with the feet up all the way and is rushed to ICU? My question is about the action. I know your blood pressure is really low, this would initiate an RN to do this too the bed, but, to me, it seems you would have to have a point where you would initiate this action. At what point would you take such action? Is there a specific scenario for this, or does it just happen? What vitals would clue/dictate you to initiate this? As a nurse, you would have to catch someones life, and I saw a PT just get whisked to ICU (with the bed tilted) but I was wondering if there is a signal for this event, cut and dried. I know I (a CNA) can ask a nurse to ck the PT because the VT's are alarming, but what does an RN do then? What are VT #'s that would cause an RN to tilt the bed and take other immediate action? It sounds chalenging to be responsible to initiate a sequence to potentially save a life. Wow.Seeing this left an impact on me, and I know I can't expect anyone to just explain it all to me in several sentences. I'd take any sentences i could get here. Is there a time when you would raise a persons head, and lower their feet?