Patient Management Quiz 1

Three Disablement Models
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Attributes referring to patient
Described as restrictions in performance at level of whole person
Particularly related to social roles and normal ADLs of those with disabilities
Most direct way disease/impairment contribute to disability because involves task necessary for completing roles both personally and socially
O&P Patient Management Essentials1. Assessment 2. Formulation of a treatment plan 3. Implementation 4. Utilization of follow up treatment plan 5. Compliance with practice management 6. Promotion of competencyDemographic characteristics Family dynamics(social) Previous use of orthotics/prosthesis Diagnosis- based on pt's knowledge Work history ActivitiesSubjective History Assessment-Perform a diagnosis-specific functional, clinical and cognitive ability exam that includes MMT, gait analysis, balance testing and evaluation of sensory function, ROM, joint stability, and skin integrity, etc. -Consult with other health care providers and caregivers, when appropriate RE: patient's condition in order to formulate a treatment planObjective Portion of AssessmentSOAP Assessmentsubjective, objective, assessment, plansoApEvaluate Formulate treatment goalsPromote competency and enhance professional practiceContinuing education and/or provide such education for other health care providers (publications, seminars, case studies) Education of residents, students, trainees Product development research, clinical trials, and outcome studies Development, implementation, monitoring of public policyGoal of Infection Control Practicescontrol, protect, and preventWhat are essential conditions for spread of infection1. Source of infecting of infecting microorganisms 2. Reservoir for pathogen growth(infected pt) 3. Portal of exit from from reservoir 4. Mode of transmission * most predictable and easiest to control 5. Portal of entry to host 6. Susceptible hostThose highly susceptible to nosocomial infections . . .Immune-suppressed Patients w extended hospital stays Specialized ICUs Elderly patients Patients with Parenteral linesModes of transmissioncontact (direct or indirect) droplet, airborne, common vehicle, vectorany inanimate object or substance capable of carrying infectious organisms, such as germs or parasites, and hence transferring them from one individual to another. Skin cells, hair, clothing, and bedding are common hospital sources of contaminationFomitethe absence of germs or pathogens.asepsisDonning PPE1. Wash or gel hands 2. Gown 3. Hair cover if needed 4. Mask if needed 5. Eye cover 6. GlovesDoffing1. Gloves 2. Eye cover 3. Hair cover 4. Gown 5. Mask 6. Must wash with soap and water