5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Active range of motion
- Active assisted range of motion
- Activities of daily living (ADL)
- a the client is able to move the extremities (limbs) without assistance.
- b a staff or support to assist a lame or infirm person in walking, now usually with a crosspiece at one end to fit under the armpit.
- c the client has limited ability to move the extremities and needs some assistance.
- d Routine daily activities such as dressing and bathing. The objective of workers in the field of rehabilitation is to help people develop or recover as many of the abilities for the activities of daily living as possible.
- e a unit used to express the intensity of a sound wave, equalt20 times the common logarithm of the ratio of the pressure produced by the sound wave to a reference pressure, usually 0.0002 microbar.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the quality of being mobile.
- the client is unable to move the limbs. Therefore, the health care worker moves the extremities for the client.
- Treatment of diseases by means of electricity
- a visual gesture language, having its own semantic and syntactic structure, used by deaf people in the U.S. and English-speaking parts of Canada
- a ringing or similar sensation of sound in the ears.
5 True/False questions
Contracture → a shortening or distortion of muscular or connective tissue due to spasm, scar, or paralysis of the antagonist of the contracting muscle.
Cerebral Palsy → A disability resulting from damage to the brain and characterized by muscle incoordination and speech disturbances.
Transfer (gait) belt → a unit used to express the intensity of a sound wave, equalt20 times the common logarithm of the ratio of the pressure produced by the sound wave to a reference pressure, usually 0.0002 microbar.
Cleft Palate → A congenital fissure (opening) of the roof of the mouth.
Cane → a similar device, usually a waist-high four-legged framework of lightweight metal, for use by a weak or disabled person asa support while walking.