5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the most common bed mobility?
- Transfer precautions
- mod assist
- Transfer training preparations - (10)
- min. assist
- a Cognitive ability
Position pt and secure equip.
Apply gait belt
No slip shoes
Weight bearing status
Proper body mechanics
- b hip replacements - (see next card)
back surgery - log roll
syncope - dizziness
- c pt performs 50 - 75%
- d pt performs 75% or more
- e Supine to sit
- flex knees, roll toward PTA to side lying
-provide support at shoulder
-have pt push up arms and swing legs at same time
-lower bed so feet can rest on floor
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 2-3 person lift
- verbal cues
close enough to provide assistance if needed
- Movement of a person from one surface to another.
5 True/False Questions
Bed mobility → Movement w/in the bed
Transfers in order of assistance needed → Independent
Guard - close -- contact
What are the goals of bed mobility? → Patient independence
Bed mobility considerations → Roll - like a log w shoulders and knees at same time.
-pt should roll into PTA
scoot - same position, shift wt. from 1 side to other.
bridging - lift bottom and move
prone prop - on stomach, propped on elbows, shift elbows s/s
How do you actively involve the pt. in bed mobility? → Demonstrate
Ask for head control and positioning of extremities