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Physical Rehabilitation for the Physical Therapists Module 2: Cardiopulmonary System

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


Objectives
Identify 7 indications for arthrodesis. List 11 moderate risk factors for deep vein thrombosis. Recognize the time frame patients in the United States return to driving postoperatively following a right and left THA. Identify and differentiate between the 3 main types of component design used for uncomplicated primary knee replacements. Recognize isometric strengthening can be initiated 1 week after TSA if done in a submaximal progression. List 8 postoperative red flags. Recognize that outcomes after posterior horn tears appear less favorable than bucket-handle or anterior horn tears. Recognize the 4 most common reasons for amputations. Define Syme’s amputation. Define Unna dressings. Recognize the Flex-Foot is a prosthetic foot that can absorb and store energy during midstance phase and release it at the end of stance phase. Recognize the transradial prosthesis consists of a TD, wrist unit, socket, suspension, and control mechanism. Define hypothermia. Recognize 7 recommended procedures for measuring the radial pulse at the wrist. Recognize the most common symptom of autonomic dysreflexia (AD). Define Vo2 max. List 4 general guidelines for stopping an exercise session. Identify and differentiate between 14 patterns of breathing and their descriptions. List 5 types of conditions and their characteristics in which caution of the application of therapeutic percussion is recommended. Recognize the forward-leaning posture produces a significant increase in maximum inspiratory pressures, thereby relieving the sensation of dyspnea. Recognize the 4 stages and descriptions of the Angina Scale. Identify 12 relative and absolute contraindications for exercise for a patient with heart failure. Recognize most breathing is under involuntary control, and under normal resting conditions breathing is primarily under chemical control. Define alveolar perfusion. Recognize most complications associated with mechanical ventilation occur during intubation or as a result of the positive pressure ventilation. List 7 reasons for stopping or postponing exercise and mobility training in patients with respiratory failure. Identify and differentiate between the 4 stages of lymphedema. Recognize compression bandages should be applied so that they create a pressure gradient, with more compression distally than proximally.

Target Audience
Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants.

Description
This course utilizes text from the softback textbook by Michelle H. Cameron MD, PT, OCS “Physical Rehabilitation for the Physical Therapist Assistant” ©2011. Physical Rehabilitation for the Physical Therapist Assistant provides a clear, easy-to-read, evidence-based guide to the PTA's role in patient management, covering the core concepts related to physical rehabilitation and emphasizing the PTA's role in intervention. A treatment-oriented focus addresses each of the four categories of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Preferred Practice Patterns: musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary, and integumentary. The final section of the book addresses interventions which overlap many practice patterns.

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