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Geriatric Physical Therapy Module 4: Special Problems & Interventions, Social Issues

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Format(s):   Home-study
Discipline(s):   Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours:   10
Registration Fee:   $159


Objectives
1. Define cellulitis. 2. Identify and differentiate between hospital-acquired MRSA and community-acquired MRSA. 3. List 12 common intrinsic factors associated with impaired wound healing. 4. Identify between 6 categories of National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel Pressure Ulcer Stages. 5. List the 6 grades for the Wagner Wound Classification System for Diabetic Ulcers. 6. Define autolytic debridement. 7. Recognize continence depends on the neural coordination of activity between the bladder, urethra, and PFMs. 8. Recognize the most clinically practical method of examining PFM function is through vaginal, digital examination. 9. List 6 challenges of pain management in older adults. 10. Define BPI. 11. Identify 2 self-report instruments that are most commonly used to measure how patients cope with pain. 12. Identify 4 therapeutic goals of lower-limb orthotic use. 13. Define metatarsalgia. 14. Identify 9 risk factors associated with lower extremity amputation for the older adult. 15. Recognize the CAT-CAM and CAD-CAM are used to assist the prosthetist in fabrication and follow-up fitting. 16. List 5 potential functional levels for prosthesis use and commonly prescribed prostheses for the older adult. 17. Recognize that knee flexion contractures of no more 10-15 degrees for below-knee amputations can be readily accommodated for fabrication and fit of a prosthetic device. 18. Recognize 5 examples of covered services under Medicare Part A (Hospital insurance). 19. List 11 inpatient rehabilitation facility conditions that qualify for Medicare under the 60% rule. 20. Define DME and its coverage under Medicare Part A and B. 21. Define public policy. 22. List 3 major domains that are commonly used to evaluate health services in our country.

Target Audience
Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapist Assistants

Agenda
Chapter 19: Impaired Integumentary Integrity Chapter 20: Management of Urinary Incontinence in Women and Men Chapter 21: Conservative Pain Management for the Older Adult Chapter 22: Lower Limb Orthoses for Older Adults Chapter 23: Prosthetic Management for the Older Adult with Lower Limb Amputation Chapter 30: Reimbursement and Payment Policy Chapter 31: Health Policy and Advocacy in the United States: A Perspective for Geriatric Physical Therapy

Description
This course utilizes text from the hardback textbook by Andrew A. Guccione, PT, PhD, DPT, FAPTA; Rita A. Wong EdD, PT; and Dale Aver, PT, DPT, Phd “Geriatric Physical Therapy” ©2012. Geriatric Physical Therapy offers a comprehensive presentation of geriatric physical therapy science and practice. Thoroughly revised and updated, this text provides current information on aging-related changes in function, the impact of these changes on patient examination and evaluation, and intervention approaches that maximize optimal aging. Chapters emphasize evidence-based content that clinicians can use throughout the patient management process. “Geriatric Physical Therapy” is clinically accurate and relevant while at the same time exploring theory and rationale for evidence-based practice.

Dates and Locations
 
Purchase Address:   Home-study
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Dates:   01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM
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