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Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Hypersensitive along the median nerve distribution of the thumb and index fingers

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OSUOT
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Both B and C

All the measures, except for the MEDLS, look at functional independence in multiple populations including SCI. The MEDLS is used to establish baseline behaviors to develop...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Removing dishes from a cabinet with the affected arm

Weightbearing (A) and supported reach (B & C) activities help establish the motor control, motor pattern, and strength needed to support...Read More

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OSUOT
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Hand and wrist function; all pronation and supination; elbow flexion and extension

Keenan, D., Glover, J. (2006). Pedrettis Occupational Therapy: Practice Skills for Physical Dysfunction...Read More

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OSUOT
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Convergence

C is the correct answer. Accomodation is the ability of the eye to adjust focus at different distances while convergence is the ability of the eye to maintain focus as an object...Read More

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OSUOT
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Asymmetric tonic neck reflex

As the student extends her arm to write across the page her head turns in the direction of the outstretched arm resulting in her looking at the paper through...Read More

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Jcallen
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Client-centered practice

Occupational therapy always guides practice through client-centered care and through meaningful occupations to motivate the client and engage them in their own...Read More

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Jcallen
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The ability to diagnose their patients

Occupational therapists acquire many skills and can specialize in various areas of practice within our profession. One thing we cannot do is diagnose...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Both C and D

Answer: f. Instruction in & practice the use of AE for lower body dressing and transfer training with tub bench and getting on and off toilet with raised toilet...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Visual Fields- Peripheral

Radomski and Latham. (2008). Occupational therapy for physical dysfunction. Sixth Edition. (pp. 179) Baltimore, MD. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests (SIPT)

A (SIPT ages 4-8, TSI ages 3-5, Sensory Functions in Infants 1-18months) Fleming-Castaldy, R. 2009. National Occupational Certification Exam....Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Self awareness

Willard and Spackman page 749. a attention involves several components, for instance the ability to detect/react, the ability to sustain attention for a period of time, the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Infant with contractures

A is the correct answer. Prone positioning allows gravity and body weight to be used for a gentle sustained stretch. Supine would be best for an infant with newly...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 04, 2020
Akathisia

A.) Echopraxia- is the meaningless imitation of another persons movements so this does not apply. b.) Psychomotor agitation-This would have been a good answer if it were not...Read More

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