MMT 3-5 body position
#1. Shoulder Flexion - seated, arm straight @ 90* saggital plan #2. Shoulder ABD - seated, arm straight @ 90* coronal plane #3. Forearm supination - seated, arm by body & elbow bent @ 90* in corona...
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OT Nerves IV Chapter 1
#1. MENINGES - Layers of protective tissues surround the CNS. This includes the brain and the spinal cord. The layers are made of various thicknesses of connective tissue. #2. Meninges - Dura mate...
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OTA Ch 6 plexus & ANS
#1. plexus - Spinal nerves break into interconnecting networks called . #2. Types of plexus - cervical, the brachial, the lumbar, & sacral. #3. brachial plexus - A significant one to upper extremit...
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ACL levels NBCOT Exam
#1. Level of ACL: mostly unaware of what is going on. Pays attention for only a few seconds but carries out automatic habitual motor routines (i.e. self feeding).. very slow to respond to therapist's ...
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#1. 5 reasons clts cant feed - poor ROM poor strength poor vision cognitive difficulties (decreased mental) eye hand coordination #2. 5 reasons clts cant eat - poor sucking impared lip closure diffi...
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OT Nerves Chapter 1 pg 5-6
#1. Neuron - basic cellular units of the nervous system #2. Neuron - a cell which is specialized to carry an electrical signal known as a nerve impulse. #3. Neuron - One of two major functional pro...
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OTA Ch 6 peripheral nervous system pg 35-38
#1. Peripheral nervous system - refers to all nervous tissue outside the bony structures of the vertebral column and skull. #2. Peripheral nervous system - It is the part of the system that is in co...
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NBCOT w/c measurements
#1. Width of adult standard wheelchair - 18 inches #2. width of adult narrow standard wheelchair - 16 inches #3. depth of adult standard wheelchair - 16 inches #4. depth of adult narrow standard wh...
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OT Nerves Lobes
#1. FRONTAL LOBE - o Primary motor cortex for voluntary muscle activation, particularly fine motor movements. #2. FRONTAL LOBE - o Secondary motor cortex is also in the frontal lobe. It is used whe...
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Ryan's Chapter 9, Occupational Choice
...self esteem throughout life. #6. Occupational therapy - directed at an individual's particpation in...individual health lifestyle. #9. Occupational therapy - Pairs skills & essential functions diminching...
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OT Nerves Ch 3 &4 broken down further
#1. Cerebellum - Coordinator of the voluntary muscle system #2. Cerebellum - maintenance of posture #3. Cerebellum - voluntary movement control #4. Cerebellum - o smooth coordination of voluntary ...
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Peds Reflex NBCOT Exam
...that occur involuntarily and disappear as the infant - primitive reflexes #44. Typically used in therapy to provide sensorimotor/vestibular input matures - hammock #45. Reflex demo'd when infant's gums...
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