Ther. Ex.

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  1. Developing a mobile scar is most important at this healing stage.
    Sub acute
  2. The pain experience with the range of motion during the moderate protection stage after insult to connective tissue is?
    Felt synchronous with the tissue resistance
  3. What is the determining factor for applying exercise for musculoskeletal disorder?
    The stage of recovery
  4. Gentle stretching in the moderate protection phase after a muscle strain can be used to?
    Organize collagen arrangement during healing
  5. Chronic venous insufficiency is best treated with?
    Regular graded ambulation with pressure gradient stocking.
  6. What is a contraindication for use of an intermittent compression pump?
    Arterial Insufficiency
  7. The maximum pressure to be used when providing intermittent compression to the lower extremity is?
    60mmhg or the patients diastolic blood pressure, whichever is lower.
  8. sudden drop in blood pressure as the person moves into an upright position is called?
    Postural hypotension
  9. What clinical data must be acquired prior to applying mechanical compression?
    Blood Pressure
  10. CPM machines does not _____ muscles.
  11. What position will help with chronic venous insufficiency?
    Legs and feet elevated
  12. Lung or lobe collapse.
  13. Obstruction of flow of air.
  14. Cystic fibrosis is associated with _____ malfunction.
  15. - A condition in which a person's breastbone is sunken into his chest.
    - An extrapulmonary restriction of the lungs.
    Pectus excavatum
  16. Accumulation of air in the pleural cavity.
  17. Postural drainage position is supine with pillows under knees, which lobe is to be treated?
    Upper lobes anterior segment
  18. Monitoring your patient to assure relaxed inspiration and expiration teaches what?
    Diaphragmatic breathing
  19. Postural drainage position is feet up 15 - 30 degress, Right sidelying with 1/4 turn toward supine. Which lobe?
  20. A group of tests that measure how well the lungs take in and release air and how well they move gases such as oxygen from the atmosphere into the body's circulation.
    Pulmonary function test
  21. Changes in body systems that occur as a result of six week period of endurance training are?
    An increase in the strength of bones, ligaments and tendons.
  22. Emphysema is a disease affecting primarily the patient's ability to?
    Expire air
  23. Pulmonary function tests for a patient with severe scoliosis would likely indicate?
    Decrease inspiratory reserve volume
  24. People with cystic fibrosis typically are on a daily regimen for life of?
    Postural drainage
  25. During segmental breathing exercises, the patient is attempting to?
    Expand the problem areas of the lung and the chest wall.
  26. “Work of breathing” refers to?
    The energy expended to perform adequate ventilation.
  27. The key to successful rehabilitation of a patient in the first week following thoracic surgery is?
    Deep breathing exercises post-operatively.
  28. What is an indication that exercise should be progressed for a patient with COPD?
    Decreased levels of dyspnea on exertion.
  29. HR rest + 60% to 70% (hr max – hr rest)
    Karvonen's Formula
  30. Angina that occurs at rest with no obvious precipitating factors is?
    Unstable Angina
  31. Normal sequence of electrical impulse is?
    Sinus rhythm
  32. Affecting full thickness of the myocardium.
    Transmural MI
  33. Rate of perceived exertion.
  34. No conduction from atrium to ventricle.
    3rd degree block
  35. Pain with a gentle squeeze of calf muscles while knee is extended and ankle is dorsiflexed.
    Hofman's sign
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Ther. Ex.

cardiac, vascular, pulmonary, tissue healing
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