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PTH220balance

balance

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the ability to maintain the COG over the BOS is termed? A.stability B.mobility C.balance D.coordination balance
the goal of balance is to achieve ____ and ____. a.orientation,equilibrium b.control,anticipation c.stability,moblility d.stance,sway stability,mobility
the control of relative body parts in a ____ manner is termed ____ orientation. a.anticipatory, proactive b.balanced,reactive c.static, postural d.adaptive,postural static, postural
balance that is ____ over the COS/BOS is termed _____ equilibrium. a.dynamic,postural b.reactive,static c.adaptive,stable d.focused,dynamic dynamic,postural
anticipation of internal destabilizing forces is____ control. a.reactive b.postural c.anticipatory d.adaptive anticipatory
modifiing sensory and motor systems dependant on tasks and environment is ____ ____ control. a.postural sway b.reactive response c.postural equilibrum d.adaptive postural adaptive postural
the distance an individual can lean or shift weight w/o loss of balance is termed ____ of _____. a.anticipation, control b.reaction balance c.limits, stablility d.position balance limits,stability
the normal limit of stability Anteriorly to posteriorly is ___ degress. a.10 b.12 c.16 d.14 12
the normal limit of stablity medial to lateral is ___ degress. a.12 b.14 c.16 d.18 16
small postural shifts that occur when standing is termed? a.adaptive posture b.reactive control c.postural sway d.postural equilibrium postural sway
maintaining posture is a type of ___ balance. a.adaptive b.reactive c.static d.dynamic static
shifting weight or movement is a type of ___ balance. a.postural b.stable c.dynamic d.static dynamic
single or double limb stance for <5 sec indication the pt is a(t) __ ___ __. risk for falls
what detects body motion? a.CNS b.motor c.sensory d.the brain sensory
what conducts the signal from the sensory to the brain and back? a.motor b.sensory c.CNS d.nerves CNS
which of the following executes the motor response. a.sensory b.CNS c.brain d.motor motor
what stance is heel-toe position? a.single leg b.double leg c.shoulder width d.tandem tandem
the patient is able to stand with EO but with increased instability indicates a (-) Romberg test T/F? False this indicates a (+) Romberg
if a patient is able to stand with only minimal sway this indicates a (-) Romberg test T/F? True
A gait of ___ than ____ means the pt is a risk for falls. a.more 300' b.less 200' c.less 150' d.less 50' C
_____ _____ ____ is a functional test with 5 grades, to indicate the patients ability to balance statically and dynamically. a.berg balance scale b.Romberg balance scale c.functional balance scale d.functional balance assessment functional balance scale
which of the following test(s) is designed to emphasize functional reach? a.functional reach test b.berg balance scale c.multidirectional reach test d.balance assistance scale A, C
what is the minimum reach in inches that indicates a pt is at risk for falls and decreased mobility? a.10 b.9 c.7 d.8 7
the normal range for functional reach for 20-40 year olds is? a.13-16 b.14-17 c.10-13 d.12-16 B
the normal range for 41-69 year olds for functional reach is? a.14-17 b.13-16 c.10-13 d.7-10 B
the normal functional reach for 70-87 year olds is? A.14-17 B.13-16 C.10-15 D.10-13 D
what is a quick measurement of basic mobility and balance? A.berg balance scale B.functional mobility scale C.GUG test D.POMA test GUG test
what is the normal time in seconds for adults for the GUG test? A.13 B.12 C.10 D.11 10
what is the normal time,or less, in seconds that indicates an adult would be at risk for falls? A.14 B.15 C.13 D.16 13
what WNL is the time for elderly/frail or disabled patients? A.9-16 B.10-19 C.11-15 D.11-20 11-20
what time range indicates functional mobility? A.>10 seconds B.>15 seconds C.>20 seconds D.>30 seconds >30 seconds
which of the following measurments measure static dynamic balance with tasks? A.functional reach test B.functional assessment test C.Berg Balance Assessment D.MDRT test Berg Balance Assessment
how many tasks are on the Berg Balance Assessment? A.12 B.15 C.16 D.14 14
how many points are possible for the Berg Balance Scale? A.45 B.64 C.20 D.56 56
what is the normal points for the Berg Balance Assessment? A.<56 B.>14 C.>45 D.<45 >45
what measures gait with static/dynamic responses and developed by Tinetti. A.timed walking test B.Walkie-Talkie test C.Performance-Oriented Mobility Assessment D.Gait Assessment Rating Performance-Oriented Mobility Assessment
what is the max score for the POMA? A.19 B.26 C.28 D.45 28
what test measures the time from sitting to a point then back to sitting? A.timed walking test B.Walkie-Talkie test C.POMA D.GUG test GUG test
what test measures walking and attention demands? A.Gait Assessment Rating B.POMA C.GUG D.Walkie-Talkie Walkie-Talkie
the GARS Test stands for? A.Gait Attention Response scale B.Gait Assitance Rating Scale C.Gait Assessment Rating Scale D.Gait and Reach Scale Gait Assessment Rating Scale
what scale documents how much assistance is needed for balance during transferes? A.timed walking tests B.functional Gait and reach scale C.Balance Assistance Scale D.Walkie-Talkie Test Balance Assistance Scale
what is the rating for balance consistently with no one present during the Balance Assistnace scale? A.supervised B.SBA C.CG D.independant independant
what is the rating for patient doing 75% of balance with someone holding at all times? A.CG B.SBA C.minimal D.maximal minimal
what is the rating for maintaining balance with someone in arms reach? A.CG B.SBA C.Supervision D.Moderate Supervision
how many variations are of the POMA test? A.one B.two C.three D.four two
what is the grade for the functional balance grade where a pt is static, maintains balance w/o handhold and limited postural sway? A.normal B.Good C.Fair D.Poor Good
what is the appropriate grade for a pt that maintains balance with handhold and minimal assitance? A.Poor B.Fair C.Normal D.Good Fair
what is the grade for a pt that accepts a minimal challange, can maintain balance while turning head/trunk? A.Normal B.Fair C.Good D.Poor Fair
what is the grade for a pt what is unable to accept a challenge or move w/o loss of balance? A.Normal B.Fair C.Good D.Poor Poor
what is the grade for a pt that cannot balance at all, and requires max support? A.Poor B.Fair C.Zero D.Null Zero
A pt that accepts a max challenge and weight shifts easily has normal ____ balance. A.static B.support C.dynamic D.assessment dynamic
a pt that accepts a minimal challenge to balance, but can maintaning balance while turning has a Fair ___ balance. dynamic
Postural orientation is dynamic or static? static
Postural equilibrium is dynamic or static? dynamic
in proactive control the patient is not expecting a sudden change in movement. T/F? False, they are proactive and ready for the change
to be balanced the BOS will be within the COG. T/F? False the COG will be within the BOS
maintaining posture is an example of ____ balance. static
weight shifting or movement is an example of ____ balance dynamic
response to manual perturbation is an example of ___ a patient pushing
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