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what are the different types of shoulder arthroplasty?

- reading p 1

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what are the shoulder arthroplasty surgical approaches?

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describe the dislocation risk for shoulder arthroplasty

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what are the post-op contra-indications for shoulder arthroplasty?

Shoulder arthroplasty has a number of post-operative contraindications that must be observed during the weeks following the procedure. Of the contraindications listed below, those in black apply to ALL forms of shoulder arthroplasty (hemi, TSA and rTSA). Those in red are special considerations applying to rTSA, to rTSA with latissimus dorsi tendon transfer (LDTT), or to the superior approach during surgery.

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shoulder arthroplasty - post op management

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what are the types of elbow arthroplasty?

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post-op contraindications for elbow arthroplasty

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post-op management of elbow arthroplasty

Post-op, the elbow will be immobilized in a removable extension splint for ~4-8 weeks. The splint is removed during rehab

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TSA Rehab: Post-op day 1-4 (in-pt)

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TSA Rehab: up to 6 weeks

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TSA Rehab: ~6 to 12 weeks

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TSA Rehab - long term goals/post 4 month

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rTSA – PT Management (differences from TSA)

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rTSA ͞c LDTT – PT Management (differences from rTSA)

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TSA, Hemiarthroplasty, rTSA - criteria for discharge

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what activities can you do post TSA

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TEA – Post-Op Management

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Name/describe the 4 influences of self efficacy - what is potentially the most effctive approach?

1) Mastery Experiences*

2) Vicarious Experience

3) Verbal Persuasion

4) Physiological and Affective States

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go over the reading for self-efficacy

- definition

- 4 factors + direction of causuality

- relationship of SE and health status

- SE as a mediator or moderator

- measurement of SE

- SE and goal importance