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Rehab neuro disorders
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"Motor planning" abilities are overseen by which lobe?
Mrs. Smith had a stroke that affected the middle cerebral artery/upper trunk. What impairment do you expect to see in rehabilitation?
Lack of Judgement
You are working with Lucy who recently had a CVA resulting on occlusion of the cerebellar artery system. Her family has concerns about her safety returning home. What are some recommendations you could make for Lucy?
Set Temperatures for Water to an appropriate temp.
You are working with a client who had a CVA and is being seen at your skilled nursing facility. Your client has been on bedrest for 2 weeks. What should you continue to monitor and take precaution with this patient?
Deep Venous Thrombosis
What is the leading cause of disability?
Jack had a stroke that has effected the bilateral thalamus, what would be an appropriate goal for Jack?
Client will utilize auditory reminders in smartphone for medication management with independence within 4 weeks.
Alexi is one of your clients in a subacute setting, according to her medical records upon review she has had one of the most common locations of a stroke, where would this be?
middle cerebral artery
Internal carotid artery occlusion of the dominant hemisphere involves
All of these choices
Maggie had a stroke that effected her posterior thalamus. You have a goal to work on showering. What would be an important safety feature for this goal?
Setting Water Temperature
Fernando is a client you are working with at a skilled nursing and rehab center. He had a stroke that has effected the middle cerebral artery. His physician reports signs anosognosis, what do you expect to see?
Lack of acknowledgement
During the acute phase of a CVA bowel and bladder dysfunction is common. (True/False)
The area for language comprehension or understanding of language is situated in the __________ lobe, and CVA in this location may result in: ___________
Left temporal; Wernicke's aphasia
You are working with a client who had a CVA. Your client demonstrates poor trunk control. What strategy would you teach the client to help them improve their participation of their ADLs?
Functional UE Postural Support
The primary difference between a TIA and CVA is that a TIA:
Does not result in residual deficits
When working with Jimmy for the first time, he has great difficultly verbally responding to your questions in a fluent way - stating "Thirsty" and pointing at the juice to indicate "I'd like the juice;" followed by a frustrated attempt to introduce his sister at the bedside, Susan, "My satter.....My stattter... Saren....Sussen...Sussen." What is this an example of?
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