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Adult Final Exam Quiz Questions
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The "upper quadrant" refers to
the scapula, shoulder, and arm
The following symptoms describe which nerve dysfunction in the upper extremity: pain and numbness, primarily in the thumb, index and middle finger, pain is usually worse at night and may be associated with activity.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
A drop test is used to assess
Following a fracture, after the cast is removed, considerations for intervention should include:
controlling edema, establishing a baseline ROM, and application of an appropriate orthisis
Symptoms of nerve injuries include:
weakness or paralysis of muscle innervated by that nerve & sensory loss to areas that are innervated by branches of the affected nerve
This depth of a burn includes the tissue layers of epidermis and dermis, nonviable skin appendages and nerve endings
full thickness burn
percentage of burn on the body is measure using TBSA. What does TBSA stand for?
Total body surface area
the optimal position for the elbow and forearm following a burn injury is
elbow extension and forearm neutral
Heterotopic ossification (HO) is defined as
formation of bone in locations that don't normally contain bone tissue
the following describes the use of custom pressure garments:
should be fit to a client after wound healing is complete, provides gradient pressure, should be wor 23 hours per day
Methods of community mobility include
walking, public transportation, and driving
There are two ways an OT can designate themselves as a specialist in the area of driver rehab. These are to ...
optimize occupational engagement and assist clients in choosing simple aids
This system used defined routes with predetermined stops and run on a published schedule:
fixed route system
OTAs can contrivute to the driving program through the following:
completion of standardized testing, transfer training, and vehicle entry/exit
Which of the following considerations are true with regard to cycling?
bicycles are considered vehicles, bicycle riders are subject to the same rules as other motorists, and there is no federal law regulating helmet use when bicycling
Hospice care can be provided in
a patient's private residence, an inpatient hospice facility, and acute hospital settings
palliative care describes
care to alleviate suffering from those with life-limiting illness, care that can be provided at any stage of the illness process, and care that can be provided in conjunction with curative treatments
Becoming less active, complaints of increased fatigue, changes in bowel and bladder, and functional decline all desribe which phase of the dying process?
Interventions used in hospice and palliative care include
pain and symptom control
This hospice and palliative care outcome measure addresses a change in participation in meaningful occupations without focusing on performance outcomes
Occupational engagement measures
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