clinical affil 4
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dressing vs bandage
- dressing covers a wound w/o going all the way around the limb
- bandage wraps and wraps
bed mobility vs transfers
- bm: motion within bed only
- transfers: bed to chair, sit to stand, etc
some items in a problem list
- decreased endurance, strength, balance...
- increased fatigue
FHP, rounded shoulders, kyphotic - these should go after this in an IE, in a "pt p/w" sect
- per os, not per os --- food taken orally
- "decreased PO intake" = less food eaten
degenerative disk disease
- 55-70% = normal
- <40% may confirm diagnosis of heart failure
- <35% pt may be at risk of life threatening irregular heartbeats
mitral regurgitation:valve insufficiency, so blood leaks back into L atrium -- most common form of valvular heart disease
where does EOB dangling go on an IE?
- if no amb happened, put it under gait.
- Else, put it to the R of the transfers
presence of gall stones (which are formed in biliary tract)
- removal of gall bladder
- can be partial or full
laparoscopic vs laparotomy
scopic has the smaller incision
- inflam of gall bladder, usually due to gall stones
- acute cholecystitis = bile trapped in gall bladder
some key qs in an interview
do you live alone? or with whom? who helps you? HHA? indep? WC/RW/ADs? elevator or stairs? handrails on stairs - on which side ascending/descending?
surical removal of all or part of urinary bladder
incentive spirometer -- aim for >1000 cc on exhalation
clean dry intact -- written regarding wound dressing
what to call a kind of reddish dressing
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