PTS Term V Quiz #1

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Sweet Flavor

More Salvation

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Salty & Dry Foods

A littler harder to eat

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Lemon Juice

Get salivary glands going, going to HELP AID IN SWALLOWING

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Sweet & Dry Foods

Easier to eat than salty and dry

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Vinegar

Kicks in salivary glands

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Sticky Foods

Can be HAZARDOUS (Example taffy)

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Oral Awakening Strategies

Vibration: (electric toothbrush)

Tapping: on lips, on cheeks, washcloth (dry) rub cheeks to wake them up

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Patient with Paraplegia post SCI: What ROM would you promote?

Promote ROM of trunk, hips, knees, ankles, and toes

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Patient with SCI: What areas would you promote tightness?

Finger flexors, Hamstrings (110˚), Low back extensors, Ankles (PF), AVOID tight quads

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ASIA Impairment Scale

A:

Complete- No sacral motor or sensory sensation in segments S4-5

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ASIA Impairment Scale

B:

Sensory Incomplete- preservation of sensation below the level of injury, extending through sacral segments S4-S5

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ASIA Impairment Scale

C:

Motor Incomplete- Voluntary anal sphincter contraction or sensory sacral sparing with sparing of motor function distal to 3 levels below the motor level of injury and with the majority of key muscles have a strength grade OF LESS THAN 3

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ASIA Impairment Scale

D:

Motor Incomplete- Voluntary anal sphincter contraction or sensory sacral sparing, with sparing of motor function distal to 3 levels below the motor level of the injury and with the majority of key muscles having a strength grade of 3 OR GREATER

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ASIA Impairment Scale

E:

Normal: normal motor and sensory recovery (hyper-reflexia may be present)