#1. static - splint doesnt move #2. dyanamic - moving spint #3. static progressive splint - used to provide constant tension on stiff joints and are effective in increasing PROM. #4. immobilization...
tracey_brown4238|8 years ago|+1|45 views
#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...
tracey_brown4238|8 years ago|+2|33 views
OT Visual Terms
#1. Visual Fixation: - The ability to select objects within the environment and focus the gaze upon them. #2. Spatial Relations: - Ability to judge distances, distinguish forms and separate objects ...
tracey_brown4238|9 years ago|±0|43 views
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...
tracey_brown4238|9 years ago|±0|47 views
OT Nerves Ch 5
#1. THALAMUS - One thalamic lobe in each hemisphere #2. THALAMUS - Considered to be the gateway to the cortex #3. THALAMUS - All sensory information, except olfaction, travels through this #4. THAL...
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#1. paralled group - unless encouraged to notice others, they may ignore them & isolate themselves #2. parallel group - members have limited attention span & may be quite unaware of others; #3. proj...
tracey_brown4238|8 years ago|±0|15 views
OT 433 Middle Adulthood
#1. Health - Physical changes/transitions Changes in height, weight, and strength (W=2inches, M=1inch) Genetic, socioeconomic status and gender play a role #2. Osteoporosis - I...
schmidt_paige30|3 years ago|±0|3 views
#1. micrographia - small, cramped handwriting #2. Hypomimia - decreased facial expression due to rigidity of facial muscles #3. Pallidotomy - Parkinson's surgery- destruction of the internal globus...
tracey_brown4238|8 years ago|+1|20 views
#1. Model of human occupation - Negative feedback during purposeful ax may result in negative interpretation & a lack of motivation to participate. #2. Behavioral Theoretical Concepts - Reinforcemen...
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Gross Motor NBCOT Exam
#1. ability to move forward while in a prone position - what age does this happen? - crawling - about 7 months #2. The ability to spread the toes to maintain balance in standing - Clawing AKA fannin...
tracey_brown4238|7 years ago|±0|36 views
precautions / protocols
#1. Hip Precautions/Protocols: - No hip flexion past 90 #2. Back Precautions/Protocols: - No bending #3. Orthostatic Hypotension Episode: - Call for help! Client must be reclined quickly. #4. Card...
tracey_brown4238|8 years ago|±0|56 views
NBCOT peds fine motor
#1. ◦At about age 3: - ◦Drawing a circle #2. ◦At about age 3: - ◦Drawing a circle #3. ◦At about age 3: - ◦Beginning to use children's blunt-nose scissors #4. ◦At about age 3: - digital or modified...
tracey_brown4238|7 years ago|±0|49 views
OT 433 Adolescence
#1. Intelligence - the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills #2. Fluid intelligence - memory/information processing #3. Crystalized intelligence - life experience/drawing from your acqu...
schmidt_paige30|3 years ago|±0|5 views