AUTHORS: Paterson B; Leadbetter D; McComish A
Published in the Nursing Times journal
1998 Nov 4-10;94(44):62-4 (ISSN: 0954-7762)
This journal is "oversized." I had a terrible time getting "good" photocopies of the article. I ended up having to photocopy pieces parts, and then paste them together!
These authors thankfully were not led astray by Chan et al's 1997 article.
Even more importantly, they brought up the incredibly valid point that: forceful-prone-restraint is NOT the only dangerous position.
"In instances where the individual being restrained is in a position in which the upper torso is hyperflexed (that is, leaning forward, bent over at the waist while seated or kneeling) respiration may be severely compromised, particularly if the individual being restrained is obese"