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You’ve been asked to increase a residents muscle strength and joint mobility with “passive range of motion” exercises. The best example of this type of treatment would be ____.
Using proper body mechanics is essential to avoiding injuries. The muscles most prone to injury are those in the ____.
The best way to encourage a residents independence is to ____.
An assisting device does not help with ____.
When a resident has a rehabilitation plan of care, your role may be to ____.
The definition: “Nursing interventions that promote the residents ability to adapt and adjust to living as independently and safely as possible,” best describes ____.
You are a nursing assistant and a resident you are assisting with ambulation has pain while using splints. The best response is to ____.
One of the residents you care for is seeing a physical therapist. You’ve been asked to follow up with some “range of motion” activities. Which of these is the best term for this type of care?
Restorative care can help prevent complications that develop due to immobility, such as constipation, contractures, pressure sores, and ____.
“To turn upward” defines which of these terms?
Which of these is the best example of restorative care skills?
Why is the knowledge of common disease processes and conditions important to restorative care?
What is the correct medical term for muscle wasting?
What does the term PROM stand for?
What is the difference between abduction and adduction?