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68wm6 p2 Ort Sur Amp

Orthopedic Surgery and Amputations

How is arterial blood flow assessed? by palpation of bilateral pedal pulses and Doppler pressure measurements
How often should neurovascular impairment be assess in a post-op amputee? Hourly
How can flexion hip deformites be prevented in a post-op amputee? postoperatively by raising the foot of the bed slightly to elevate the residual extremity
How often will a post-op amputee need to be placed in the prone position, and why? Place the patient in prone position a minimum of twice a day. Will stretch the flexor muscles.
How is an amputees extremity prepared for a prosthesis? Application of elastic wraps to shrink and reshape the residual extremity into a cone to facilitate the proper fit and subsequent use of a prosthesis
True or False: If phantom pain is severe and persistant, A reamputation may be performed at a more proximal location. True.
What anti-inflammatories are commonly given post-amputation? Indomethacin (Indocin), Ibuprofin, Naproxen (Naprosyn)
Out of Indomethacin, Ibuprofin, and Naproxin, which has drowsiness as a side effect and the PT should avoid driving until dosage is established? Naproxen (Naprosyn)
Created by: Shanejqb