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Flashcards in Advanced Transfers and Bed Mobility Deck (10):
1

Posterior Hips Precautions:

No Hip flexion beyond 90º, No Hip Internal Rotation (IR) No Hip Adduction (crossing legs) (ADD)

2

Posterior hip recautions can be in place for up to __ . Precautions are determined by the surgeon to estimate how long the surgical site is vulnerable or how long it will take for full healing.

6 months

3

For clients who have had posterior hip surgery it is preferable for them to go home with a transfer tub bench (TTB); this tub bench should be ___ above knee.

two inches

4

Anterior Hip Precautions

No Extension (ER)
No External Rotation (ER)
Based on Physician No Adduction (ADD)

5

Typical weight bearing protocol for total knee replacement is?

WBAT

6

Pt will have p! c/ knee ___

flexion

7

For transfers after Stroke, you should initially go toward ____ side, eventually train to go toward side

unaffected
affected

8

Sternal precautions include

Precautions include:
No lifting (usually beyond 8-10 lbs)
No driving (or sitting behind airbag) No pushing or pulling
No reaching back (or extreme abduction)
Sometimes included: No deep bending

9

Spinal Immobilization/Motion Restriction
Precautions include

No hip flexion beyond (less than) 90 degrees
No lifting (usually greater than 10 pounds)
No twisting – (use log roll technique for bed mobility)

10

How long does spinal immobilization last after spinal surgery

This is set by the doctor, however after a spinal surgery typical healing can take 4+ months.