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PTH220MMTgrades

MMT grades practice

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Upper rectus abdominis MMT/pt had hands on head, elbows out one complete inferior angle clear of scapula? 5/5
upper rectus abdomins pt has hands behind head and elbows foward 4+/5
upper rectus abdominis pt has arms crossed on chest with one complete inferior angle clear of scapula 4/5
upper rectus abdominis, ,pt has arms in front and one complete inferior angle clear of scapula 3+/5
upper rectus abdominis, pt has hands on table and clear inferior angle of scapula 3/5
upper rectus abdominis, pt clears just the spine of the scapula 3-/5
upper rectus abdominis pt begins motion but does not clear the scapula 2+/5
upper rectus abdominis pt has full contraction of thorax 2/5
upper rectus abdominis pt has partial contraction of thorax 2-/5
upper rectus abdominis pt's thorax contration can be palpated but no depression noted 1/5
upper rectus abdominis no contraction or movement can be felt 0/5
lower rectus abdominis pt has no movement no contraction palpated 0/5
lower rectus abdominis pt has a contraction palpated 1/5
lower rectus abdominis pt has a partial PPT 2-/5
lower rectus abdominis pt has a complete PPT 2/5
lower rectus abdominis pt initiates sacral lift 2+/5
lower rectus abdominis pt lifts sacrum 1/2 of ROM 3-/5
lower rectus abdominis pt fully lifts sacrum off the floor 3/5
lower rectus abdominis pt lifts sacrum 2-3x 3+/5
lower rectus abdominis pt lifts sacrum 4-6x 4/5
lower rectus abdominis pt lifts sacrum 7-9x 4+/5
lower rectus abdominis pt lifts sacrum 10x 5/5
during lower rectus abdominis MMT the pt's hip and knees are flexed and left the sacrum off the floor from 0-2 MMT grades. T/F? true
during lower rectus abdominis MMT the pt flexes knees to chest from 2+/5 MMT grade. T/F? true
oblique MMT no contraction palpated 0/5
oblique MMT contraction palpated 1/5
oblique MMT partial rotation 2-/5
oblique MMT full rotation 2/5
oblique MMT just elevate the scapula 2+/5
oblque MMT elevate 1/2 the scapula 3-/5
oblque MMT clear inferior angle of opposite side the body is rotating to 3/5
oblque MMT arms out front clears inferior angle 3+/5
oblique MMT arms crossed clears inferior angle 4/5
oblique MMT arms behind head elbows pointed foward clears inferior angle 4+/5
oblique MMT hands on head elbows out 5/5
during oblique MMT the pt will be seated for tests 0/5 to 2+/5. T/F? false
NWB position gastroc/soleus MMT pt does 1/2 ROM P+
NWB position gastroc/soleus MMT pt does >half 1/2 ROM F-
NWB position gastroc/soleus MMT pt does rull ROM F
NWB position gastroc/soleus pt takes under maximal resistance F+
NWB position gastroc/soleus pt take maximal resistance G
The pt will be standing during
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