3.Shearing.4.DVT in lower extremities.5.Venous pooling shifts toward lower body.Interventions:1.Pressure-reducing OR mattress. Additional padding as needed.2.Doppler probe over chest wall, insert central venous catheter, saline-soaked spongesavailable.3.Momentarily tilt torso slightly away from OR bed to allow skin to realign with skeletalstructures.4.Sequential compression stockings.5.Slow, smooth postural transitions to diminish cardiovascular effects.Semi-Fowlers position (beach chair)Risks: Risks similar to Fowler position, but generally not as severe.1. Pressure to cheeks, eyes, ears, breasts, genitalia, patellae, and toes.2.Falls and dislodgement of airway and monitoring cords and intravenous lines.3.Diminished lung capacity.4.Injury to shoulders, arms, and upper extremity nerves.Interventions: Same interventions1. Pressure-reducing OR mattress. Additional padding as needed. Check ears, cheeks, eyes,and genitalia for pressure. Tape eyes closed.2.Lock both beds. Use a minimum of 4 people for turning patient. Secure airway and allcords and lines.