Test bank Solutions for Mobility in Context Principles of Patient Care Skills 1st Edition by Charity Johansson ISBN 9780803615274 INSTRUCTOR TEST BANK SOLUTIONS VERSION
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Table of Contants
Establishing the Bar: Introducing the Fundamentals of Progressive Mobility
Moving the Bar, Part 1: Preparing Yourself for Patient-Client Interactions
Establishing the Therapeutic Alliance
The Mechanics of Movement
Moving the Bar, Part 2: Initiating Mobility
Keeping it Clean – Maintaining Cleanliness in the Clinical Environment
Assessing Physiological Status: Vital Signs
Draping for Minimum Exposure and Maximum Dignity
Positioning Your Patient for Mobility
Transferring Dependent Patients
Part 1: Zero Lifting
Part 2: Manual Dependent Transfers
Moving the Bar, Part 3: Engaging the Patient in Early Functional Mobility
Maintaining Capacity for Mobility through Range-of-Motion
Part 1: Seated Transfers
Part 2: Pivot Transfers
Moving the Bar, Part 4: Locomotion
Seated Mobility: Sitting but Not Sitting Still – Fitting and Propelling a Wheelchair