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Bed mobility techniques
Roll - like a log w shoulders and knees at same time. -pt should roll into PTA scoot - same position, shift wt. from 1 side to other. bridging - lift bottom and move prone prop - on stomach, propped on elbows, shift elbows s/s
What is the most common bed mobility?
Supine to sit - flex knees, roll toward PTA to side lying -provide support at shoulder -have pt push up arms and swing legs at same time -lower bed so feet can rest on floor
What technique is used for prone/supine and s/s?
What techniques are used for supine up/down?
Do bed mobility excercises always have to be done in bed?
No. A mat table works just as well.
Movement of a person from one surface to another.
Verbal cues Tactile - touch cues
Transfers in order of assistance needed
Independent Standby assistant Guard - close -- contact min mod max dependent
no physical supervision or assistance to consistantly perform safely. Assistive devices may be used.
Standby assistance - SBA
verbal cues no touch close enough to provide assistance if needed
Guard - close and contact
close guard - closer than SBA, no touch contact guard - hands on pt. or belt
pt performs 75% or more
pt performs 50 - 75%
pt performs 25 - 50%
requires total physical assistance
hip replacements - (see next card) back surgery - log roll burns sci osteoporosis syncope - dizziness hemiplegia