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PC Bed Mob

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the patient is gaining mastery of a skill if she relies on the feel of the movement to determine correct technique
a patient learning a new skill will probably want to ask questions after the explanation, move slowly at first, want to think about it before trying the skill
when rolling a pt supine to L sidelying, the most passive position for the LE's is: crossing the R LE over the L
before rolling a pt to position him L sidelying, you must move him to the R
bed mobility skills include scooting to HOB, rolling supine to prone, supine to sitting up on EOB
when do you use the pivot technique for supine to sit? any LE injury
adding LE strengthening ex to improve bed mobility performance is an example of : supplemental rx
the patient is independent with bed to chair transfers using a RW. there are no safety concerns and he transfers in a reasonable amount of time. what is the FIM score? 6/7
the pt is transferred bed to chair with 2 people and a pneumatic lift (total assist). what is the FIM score? 1/7
someone must cue the pt to keep the wt off of his L LE when amb. otherwise the pt is able to amb anywhere in his house with his RW with no physical assist. what would describe this: supervision
Created by: jessigirrl4