This question has probably been asked a thousand times... but when a pt is on a clinitron bed, they don't have to be turned, right? In my dim dark past (mid 1980s!), I remember the pt on the clinitron didn't get turned, but whenever we needed to give a bed bath, examine skin etc., we switched it off and rolled him/her (just for the duration of the procedure). When the bed was switched on, it systematically relieved pressure without having to reposition (in terms of preventing pressure sores or promoting the healing of skin grafts). Am I correct?