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When transferring, which side should the patient transfer to?
their good side
What level of transfer requires at least one other person to help?
What are some examples of transfers for dependent/maximal assist?
two man lift, three man lift, sliding board, standing pivot, sitting pivot
What two transfers types require absolutely no patient help?
two and three man lifts
What type of transfer may require physical or standby assist of another person?
amt of assistance varies from verbal cueing, to close casual guard, or actual stabilization of patient
What percentage of patient assistance is needed to be considered MOD assist?
What percentage of assistance is needed to be considered MAX assist?
What type of assistance requires having your hands on the patient?
What type of assistance requires no physical contact, just watching the patient?
What are the 5 universal hip precautions?
- no hip adduction (crossing legs, sidelying)
- no hip rotation (keep neutral)
- no hip flexion past 60-90
- no hip extention past neutral
- no rolling or sideyling on affected hip
What are the 3 precautions for low back trauma/pain?
- no lumbar rotation
- no side bending
- no trunk flexion
What are the 3 precautions for spinal cord injuries?
- injury site protected by some external means
- internal fixation device (rod, etc..)
- no distraction (stretching) or rotation (dont pull of feet, etc..)
When do you ALWAYS use a log roll with a patient?
when they have a spinal cord injury
What do you not want to do with a patient who has burns?
drag or slide the patient across the burn site
What are 2 precautions for hemiplegic patients?
- no stabilizing under armpit
- no rolling/lying on hemiplegic UE
Which what assistance does the patient provife 75% or more of the activity?
When a person is dependent, how much assistance do they need?
total physical assistance
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