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John Smith
Answered: Jun 02, 2020
Right Middle Cerebral Artery

Pendleton, H.M. & Schultz-Krohn, W. (2006). Pedrettis occupational therapy practices skills for physical dysfunction. St. Louis, MO; Mosby Elsevier.

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John Smith
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Simple, everyday ADL s repetition activity

Neurological Rehabilitation, 5th edition. Umphred, D. A.. Mosey, 2007. Pg 537- 551.

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John Smith
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Progressive strengthening

Rationale: Progressive strengthening should be avoided during inflammation stage. However, gentle strengthening is okay as long as it is completed while avoiding...Read More

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John Smith
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Receptive aphasia, expressive aphasia, or both

Smith-Gavai, H. Occupational Therapy in Acute Care. Page 186.

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John Smith
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Assessment of Occupational Functioning

The Assessment of Occupational Functions assesses the overall occupational function of residents in long term care settings. It looks at volition,...Read More

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Parallel

ANSWER: C. Preschoolers from 24-36 mo. Predominately have parallel play skills with emerging associative social play as they begin to play with one another. Source: Case-Smith,...Read More

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To repair or regenerate the spinal cord for target muscles that have become denervated.

Answer: C FES is not able to repair or regenerate a damaged spinal cord, it can promote limited...Read More

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The visual system is the third sensory system to start its normal decline in function.
The need for increased lighting is due to the loss of flexibility of the lens.

ANSWER: B & C are...Read More

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Present the patient with a puzzle of shapes with differing sizes. Ask the patient to put the correctly sized shape into its corresponding cut-out shape.
Present the patient with several...Read More

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Activities of daily living using D1 flexion patterns

ADLs using D1 flexion patterns because many functional activities can be performed using diagnol patterns, A and C can facilitate...Read More

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Answered: Jun 02, 2020
A common symptom of subluxation is pain at the glenohumeral joint.

A common misunderstanding about subluxation is that it is associated with pain. The literature does not support this...Read More

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Place your index and middle finger over the patient’s Adam’s apple or laryngeal muscles to see if the larynx rises and falls normally as the patient swallows.

C. Impairments of the...Read More

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Answer: C. A patient who exhibits . . . Eye opening to pain = 2 points on the coma scale. No motor response = 1 point No verbal response = 1 point Total = 4 points A score of 8 or less...Read More

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You are not allowed to treat the patient

C. students are not allowed to treat or document on Medicare B patients.

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OSUOT
Answered: Jun 02, 2020
Simple, everyday ADL s repetition activity

Neurological Rehabilitation, 5th edition. Umphred, D. A.. Mosey, 2007. Pg 537- 551.

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