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Nuero Spiral Review
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An acute inflammatory condition that involves spinal nerve roots, peripheral nerves, and selected cranial.
- viral illness
What does GBS often follow? (suspected)
In GBS, when do you usually see the symptoms?
Most recover, but symptoms can linger
What is typically the prognosis of GBS?
1. Acute Inflammation Dymelinating Polyradiculonueroparhy (AIDP)
2. Miller Fisher
3. Acute Motor/Sensory Axonal Nueropathy
What are the stages of GBS?
Does GBS follow a certain motor nerve pattern?
What part of the brain controls breathing?
- rapid onset
-pain, tenderness of muscles
- progresses from motor weakness to paralysis of limbs
- sensory loss, muscle atrophy
- severe case may involve CN's 7,9,10 (speaking, swallowing, breathing)
- tracheostomy or assisted ventilation
- majority recover with few residual effects
What is the typical progression of GBS?
proximal and only to the point of pain
When addressing motor skills in GBS PROM should be?
- Adaptive equipment (button hook)
- adaptive techniques
A GBS patient is having trouble buttoning their clothes, how could OT address this? (they have partial ROM)
this is a disabling reaction to pain with impaired function of the involved extremity
- type I
- type II
What are the types of CRPS?
What type of CRPS do CVA/Strokes fall under?
- blotchy skin
- sweaty or dry hands
- vasomotor changes
- really pale skin
What are some visual signs you can see to know that someone has CRPS?
Does CRPS follow a specific nerve root?
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