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Week 3 Rad Chp 12-13

Chp 12-13 review

QuestionAnswer
Chief Complaint: primary medical problem as defined by the patinet
Chronology Time element of history, the onset, duration, frequency & sypmtoms
Clinical History Info available regarding a patient's (Sacred &7)
Localization determination of a precise area, gentle palpation or careful wording of questions
Objective (data) perceptible to the external senses
Subjective (data) pertaining to or perceived only by the affected individual
Sacred Seven Localization, chronology, quality, severity, onset, aggravating or alleviating factors, asst. manifestations
Localization exact and precise an area as possible for the patient's complaint
chronology the time element of history (duration, frequency and course)
Quality the character of the symptons
Severity intensity, the quantity or the extensiveness of the problems
Onset What was patient doing when illness or condition began
Aggravating or alleviating factors circumstances that produce the problem or intensify it
Associated Manifestations Determining whether other symptoms accompany the chief complaint
Biomechanics study of the laws of physics, specifically the laws of mechanics, as they apply to living bodies at rest and in motion
Base of support is the foundation on which the body rests.
Mobility muscles muscles designed for movement (biceps femoris)
Stability muscles muscles that support the torso (abdominal group)
Principle for safe transfer let patient do as much as possible Check the chart for precautions Watch the patient for Orthostatic hypotension
Orthostatic hypotension the drop in blood pressure that occurs when a person stands.
Symptoms of Orthostatic hypotension dizziness, fainting, blurred vision and slurred speach
4 types of wheelchair transfers standby assist, assisted standing pivot, 2 person lift, hydraulic lift
Supine laying on back
Prone laying on stomack
Lateral laying on side knees together
Sims' laying on side top leg bent (enima)
Fowler's laying on back head elevated
Trendelenberg laying on back feet elevated
Carl Rogers open dialogue qualities respect, genuineness, and empathy
Questioning Techniques open-ended questions, faciliatation, silence, probing questions, repetition, and summarization
Created by: Joker71