2. What behaviors does Mr. Hein have that interfere with his treatment? CASE STUDY man in the hospital. Mr. Howard Hein is a 76-year-old He is recovering from abdominal surgery. Mr. Hein has a large abdominal dressing. He is receiving intravenous (IV) therapy (receiving nutrition and medications through a catheter in his vein). The IV catheter is in his left arm. He receives pain medication every 4 hours. Mr. Hein is very restless and moves around a lot in bed. He is agitated at times. He has removed his abdominal dressing and pulled the IV catheter from his arm. The RN has scheduled an emergency care planning conference. Mr. Hein has a daughter, a son, and two adult grandchildren who visit daily. The daughter and son will be attending the care planning conference. possible causes for Mr. Hein’s behaviors? 3. What are 4. What restraint alternatives might the health team try? Answer the following questions: 1. What safety risk factors does Mr. Hein have? C. What must be reported and recorded about the restraint? 5. Before the doctor orders a restraint, what must he or she do? D. How will you provide for Mr. Hein’s basic needs? 6. If a restraint is ordered: A. What are the risk factors? E. How will you provide for Mr. Hein’s quality of life? B. What safety measures must be followed?