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Question:

When the area around the healthcare facility is warned of a tornado, a nursing air is in charge of working with patients who are bedridden and unable to move on their own and help them safety. If a patient is in a room that has a window and on the first floor of the building, which should be done?

A Move the bed (with the patient in it) to a room in the interior of the building
Explaination

In the event of a tornado, the lowest level (ideally in the basement) is the safest location for a patient. They need to be moved away from windows, so if a patient is in a room with a window they must be moved. Carrying the patient is not a safe option because it can cause an injury for both the patient and the nursing assistant. Moving the patient to the doorway still puts a patient dangerously close to a window (doorways are only desirable when dealing with earthquakes).