Flashcards in Advanced Transfers and Bed Mobility Deck (10):
Posterior Hips Precautions:
No Hip flexion beyond 90º, No Hip Internal Rotation (IR) No Hip Adduction (crossing legs) (ADD)
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.
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.
Anterior Hip Precautions
No Extension (ER)
No External Rotation (ER)
Based on Physician No Adduction (ADD)
Typical weight bearing protocol for total knee replacement is?
Pt will have p! c/ knee ___
For transfers after Stroke, you should initially go toward ____ side, eventually train to go toward side
Sternal 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
Spinal Immobilization/Motion Restriction
No hip flexion beyond (less than) 90 degrees
No lifting (usually greater than 10 pounds)
No twisting – (use log roll technique for bed mobility)