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If your patient is diagnosed with class I congestive heart failure. What is the maximal METS for physical activity for this patient.
If your patient is diagnosed with class II congestive heart failure. What is the maximal METS for physical activity for this patient.
If your patient is diagnosed with class III congestive heart failure. What is the maximal METS for physical activity for this patient.
If your patient is diagnosed with class IV congestive heart failure. What is the maximal METS for physical activity for this patient.
Regarding cardiovascular hemodynamics, which is the term for the volume of blood discharged from the right or left ventricle per minute?
What is the usual suctioning time when performing endotracheal suctioning for airway clearance?
100 + times per minute
When performing percussion for postural drainage, the rate of percussion should be?
Which condition is an obstructive pulmonary disease that occurs in premature infants who have been on high pressures of mechanical ventilation?
Regarding cardiovascular hemodynamics which is the term that describes the percentage of blood emptied from the ventricle during systole?
The PTA is evaluating a patients exteroceptive sensation. Which is a test of exteroceptive sensation?
Which term describes a peripheral nervous system disorder that includes the involvement of nerve roots due to skeletal changes and soft tissue injuries?
Which traumatic nerve injury is characterized by cutting of the nerve with severance of all structures and complete loss of function?
cortex, brainstem, corticospinal tracts, and spinal cord
What structures are involved in an upper motor neuron lesion condition?
Which type of nerve injury is characterized as an injury to the nerve that causes a transient loss of function such as a compression injury?
Internal rotation of the hips and flexed knees
The physical therapist assistant is working with a 20-year-old male with spastic cerebral palsy who is ambulatory. What is a common gait deviation that can be expected?
Which type of traumatic nerve injury is a crush injury?
Abnormal synergy patterns
Which clinical sign is associated with a cerebral stroke?
Which clinical sign is associated with a cerebellar stroke?
Anterior horn cells, spinal roots, peripheral nerves and cranial nerves
Which structures are involved in a lower motor neuron lesion?
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