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MET Level's

per NBCOT Study Guide, 6th ed. pgs 195-198

Stage I - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Level 1.0-1.4 MET
Stage II - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Level 1.4-2.0 MET
Stage III - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Level 2.0-3.0 MET
Stage IV - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Level 3.0-3.5 MET
Stage V - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Level 3.5-4.0 MET
Stage VI - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Level 4.0 and higher
Stage I - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Activities ADL: seated - self-feeding, wash hands, wash face Ex: supine - A or AA all extremities, seated, A or AA UE only Rec: reading, table games, light handwork
Stage II - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Activities ADL: seated - shaving, self-bathing, grooming - ambulation at slow pace Ex: seated A to all extremities NO ISOMETRICS Rec: sitting: crafts - painting, knitting, sewing, mosaics - NO ISOMETRICS
Stage III - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Activities ADL: seated - showering, homemaking tasks w/ brief standing, ironing Ex: standing A to all extremities & trunk - progressive ambulation 0% grade Rec: sitting: card playing, crafts, piano, typing
Stage IV - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Activities ADL: standing - total washing, dressing, shaving, grooming, homemaking tasks using energy conservation - unlimited ambulation 0% Ex: cont. incr. prev. exercise, stairs, treadmill 1 mph, cycling up to 5 mph Rec: canoeing, golf putting, driving
Stage V - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Activities ADL: total washing, dressing, shaving, grooming, homemaking tasks using energy conservation - unlimited ambulation 0% Ex: cont. incr. prev. exercise, walk 2.5 mph, treadmill 1.5 w/ 2% grade, cycling up to 8 mph Rec: swimming, golf w/ power cart
Stage VI - Cardiopulmonary Rehab Activities ADL: showering hot water, mopping, raking Ex: stairs, ambulation up to 3.5 mph, treadmill 1.5 mph, cycling up to 10 mph Rec: canoeing, golf putting, driving
1.5-2 MET Activities OCC: desk work, typing, auto driving REC: standing, walking 1mph, playing cards, sewing
2-3 MET Activities OCC: auto repair, janitorial work, typing, manual bartending REC: walking 2mph, biking 5mph, riding lawn mower, golf w/ power cart, horseback riding (walk), light wood working
3-4 MET Activities OCC: welding, clean windows, brick laying, wheelbarrow 220 lbs REC: walking 3mph, biking 6mph, volleyball, golf pulling cart, badmintion, horseback sit to trot
4-5 MET Activities OCC: painting, masonry, paperhanging, light carpentry REC: walking 3.5mph, biking 8mph, golf carry clubs, raking leaves, many calisthenics
5-6 MET Activities OCC: walking 4mph, cycling 10 mph, REC: canoeing 4mph, horsbeack post to trot, ice/rollerskating
6-7 MET Activities OCC: shoveling 10 min 22 lbs REC: walking 5 mph, biking 11 mph, tennis, snow shoveling, skiing
7-8 MET Activities OCC: carrying 175lbs, digging ditches REC: jogging 5 mph, biking 12mph, basketball, mountain climbing, canoeing 5mph
8-9 MET Activities OCC: shoveling 10 min 31 lbs REC: running 5.5 mph, biking 13 mph, handball
10+ MET Activities OCC: shoveling 10 min 35 lbs REC: running 6mph, ski touring 5+ miles
Created by: msmaus
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