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123 terms
Aural Rehab Quiz 2
Cochlear Implant
BAHA
Bilateral Implants
Cochlear Implant Team
Medical device implanted into the skull for improving hearing…
Bone Anchored Hearing Aid... Surgically attached to a titanium…
Used if bimodal hearing with a cochlear implant in one ear an…
Otologist /Surgeon... Audiologist... Psychologist... Speech-Language P…
Cochlear Implant
Medical device implanted into the skull for improving hearing…
BAHA
Bone Anchored Hearing Aid... Surgically attached to a titanium…
126 terms
Cardiac Rehab
Arteriosclerosis
atherosclerosis
collateral vessels
Congestive Heart Failure... (CHF)
hardening of arteries
- fatty build-up on artery walls... - leads to arteriosclerosis
small branches of arteries that develop to bypass atheroscler…
failure of heart to pump properly, fluid congestion in heart,…
Arteriosclerosis
hardening of arteries
atherosclerosis
- fatty build-up on artery walls... - leads to arteriosclerosis
148 terms
Cardiac Rehab
Phases of Cardiac Rehab
Patient Assessment (what to do in init…
Nutritional Counseling Evaluation
Nutritional Counseling Interventions
1. Inpatient - Very short. Maybe 4 days pending issue.... 2. Tra…
Patient Assessment Evaluation:... -Medical history: previous eve…
CURRENT DIET: total daily caloric intake and dietary content…
-Dietary modifications aimed to at least attain the saturated…
Phases of Cardiac Rehab
1. Inpatient - Very short. Maybe 4 days pending issue.... 2. Tra…
Patient Assessment (what to do in init…
Patient Assessment Evaluation:... -Medical history: previous eve…
154 terms
SCI - Rehab
With a SCI, if someone has all 4 limbs…
With a SCI, if someone has anything un…
Which layer of the spinal meninges is…
What is the protective covering around…
tetraplegia
paraplegia
Pia mater
Spinal meninges
With a SCI, if someone has all 4 limbs…
tetraplegia
With a SCI, if someone has anything un…
paraplegia
31 terms
rehab: amputation rehab
general post op physical therapy goals
transfer training begins in what stage
how to care for the residual limb
exercises for adults with lower extrem…
maintain rom, prevent contractures, decrease edema and shape…
pre op stage
minimize post op edema, shape residual limb for prosthetic fi…
bridging, hip extension, hip abduction (sidelying), quad sets…
general post op physical therapy goals
maintain rom, prevent contractures, decrease edema and shape…
transfer training begins in what stage
pre op stage
172 terms
Pediatrics - REHAB
Developmental directional concepts: Ce…
Developmental directional concepts: Pr…
Developmental directional concepts: As…
Developmental directional concepts: Gr…
trunk, leg
Midline
Symmetric
Large muscle
Developmental directional concepts: Ce…
trunk, leg
Developmental directional concepts: Pr…
Midline
19 terms
REHAB I Pulmonary Rehab
Define ventilation
Describe quiet vs. forced ventilation
External respiration vs. internal resp…
Define TLC
The mechanical process of moving air in and out of the lungs
Quiet ventilation relies mostly on the diaphragm and external…
Ext. = Gas exchange between the lungs and blood through pulmo…
Total lung capacity (RV + ERV + TV + IRV). 5.5 L in healthy a…
Define ventilation
The mechanical process of moving air in and out of the lungs
Describe quiet vs. forced ventilation
Quiet ventilation relies mostly on the diaphragm and external…
21 terms
Rehab- Oncology in rehab
Implications for Therapy
Prevention
Early Detection - Men
Early Detection - Women
Education for prevention and early detection... risk of falls -…
No tobacco... No sun... Nutritional Diet low in fat
PSA (Prostate Specific- Antigen) and DRE (Digital Rectal Exam…
SBE (Self Breast Exams) - start in the 20's... CBE (Clinical Bre…
Implications for Therapy
Education for prevention and early detection... risk of falls -…
Prevention
No tobacco... No sun... Nutritional Diet low in fat
49 terms
rehab: geriatric rehab
more than 1/3 of adults aged 65 years…
the ability to locate and maintain one…
controls the position or posture of th…
postural control (balance) involves wh…
fall
balance
balance (postural control)
visual, somatosensory, vestibular, neuromuscular, musculoskel…
more than 1/3 of adults aged 65 years…
fall
the ability to locate and maintain one…
balance
14 terms
Rhyme Rehab
Acquire
Addict
Aspire
Conjure
To gain ownership of something; to obtain by one's own actions
A person who becomes dependent on something that is habit-for…
To desire something eagerly, especially something important o…
To make something happen or come into being as though by magic
Acquire
To gain ownership of something; to obtain by one's own actions
Addict
A person who becomes dependent on something that is habit-for…
18 terms
CVA-rehab
Ischemic
Thrombic
Embolic
Types of ischemic
Implies hypoxia
Results from arteriosclerosis
Results from cardiovascular disease
Thrombic and embolic
Ischemic
Implies hypoxia
Thrombic
Results from arteriosclerosis
65 terms
Pulmonary Rehab
COPD is expected to be the what leadin…
define pulmonary rehab
pulmonary rehab must focus on
some goals of pulmonary rehab are
3rd
an individual multidisciplinary program that provides an indi…
exercise tolerance, psychosocial support, disease education
strengthen essential muscle groups, improve overall oxygen us…
COPD is expected to be the what leadin…
3rd
define pulmonary rehab
an individual multidisciplinary program that provides an indi…
Pulmonary Rehab
pulmonary rehab consists of
goals of pulmonary rehab
treatment for secretion removal
treatment for accessory muscle relaxat…
-chronic & acute pulmonary dysfunctions ... -pt assessment ... -pt…
1. secretion removal ... 2. accessory muscle relaxation ... 3. effi…
cough training, postural drainage, manual techniques, increas…
positioning, breathing ex
pulmonary rehab consists of
-chronic & acute pulmonary dysfunctions ... -pt assessment ... -pt…
goals of pulmonary rehab
1. secretion removal ... 2. accessory muscle relaxation ... 3. effi…
31 terms
Rehab Vocab
Agonist
Antagonist
Synergist
concentric
- a muscle that causes specific movement or possibly several…
a muscle that acts in opposition to the specific movement gen…
- a kind of muscle that performs, or helps perform, the same…
an overall shortening of the muscle occurs as it generates te…
Agonist
- a muscle that causes specific movement or possibly several…
Antagonist
a muscle that acts in opposition to the specific movement gen…
20 terms
Rehab Terms
Myositis Ossificans
Ligament
Laceration
Strain
A condition in which bone forms in muscle tissue as a result…
A band of white, fibrous connective tissue
a jagged tear in the flesh
a pulled muscle
Myositis Ossificans
A condition in which bone forms in muscle tissue as a result…
Ligament
A band of white, fibrous connective tissue
51 terms
Rehab Vocab
Energy Transfer Systems
ATP-PC
Lactic Acid System
Oxidative Phosphorylation
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
intermediate power; moderate intensity and short duration.…
low power and endurance ... The conversion of kreb cycle interm…
Energy Transfer Systems
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
ATP-PC
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
49 terms
Rehab Terms
gross motor skills
fine motor skills
to thread
HHA (hand-held assistance)
habilidades motrices gruesas
habilidades motrices finas
enhebrar
apoyo de la mano
gross motor skills
habilidades motrices gruesas
fine motor skills
habilidades motrices finas
84 terms
REHAB Vestibular
Balance that reacts to external forces…
Balance that occurs in anticipation of…
Small range postural shifts that norma…
Max distance an individual is able to…
Reactive postural control
Anticipatory postural control
Postural Sway
Limits of stability
Balance that reacts to external forces…
Reactive postural control
Balance that occurs in anticipation of…
Anticipatory postural control
92 terms
mobility and Rehab
metabolic
musculoskeletal
cardiovascular
integumentary
fluid volume deficit r/t anorexia secondary to immobility
activity intolerance r/t sedentary lifestyle
alterations in cardiac output r/t immobility
potential impairment of skin integrity r/t immobility, poor n…
metabolic
fluid volume deficit r/t anorexia secondary to immobility
musculoskeletal
activity intolerance r/t sedentary lifestyle
49 terms
Rehab Defs
Dysarthria (Cerebellar)
Asthenia (Cerebellar)
Dysdiadochokinesia (Cerebellar)
Dysmetria (Cerebellar)
Disorder of the motor component of speech articulation/slurre…
Generalized weakness associated with cerebral lesions
Impaired ability to perform rapid alternating movements ex: r…
Inability to judge the distance or range of a movement
Dysarthria (Cerebellar)
Disorder of the motor component of speech articulation/slurre…
Asthenia (Cerebellar)
Generalized weakness associated with cerebral lesions
25 terms
rehab and prosthetics
antalgic gait associated with knee art…
muscles that need strengthening in pre…
upper extremity posthetic fitting timing
best candidate for myoelectric prosthe…
knee is maintained in flexion... shortened stride length... compe…
latissimus dorsi... triceps and biceps... quads... hip extensors... h…
as soon as possible, even before wound healing has completed…
transradial amputation
antalgic gait associated with knee art…
knee is maintained in flexion... shortened stride length... compe…
muscles that need strengthening in pre…
latissimus dorsi... triceps and biceps... quads... hip extensors... h…
5 terms
Rehab- concepts of rehab
What are the priciples of rehabilitati…
What are the components of rehab?
What are the two objectives of rehabil…
What do the ABCDs of rehab stand for?
Avoid aggrivation, timing, compliance, individualism, specifi…
-Modalities for pain and edema... -flexibility and ROM... -muscle s…
Rehabilitating the injured part and preventing de conditioning.
Audience- who is going to do this?... Behavior- what are they go…
What are the priciples of rehabilitati…
Avoid aggrivation, timing, compliance, individualism, specifi…
What are the components of rehab?
-Modalities for pain and edema... -flexibility and ROM... -muscle s…
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Rehab Terms
logy
penia
osis
emia
the study of
deficiency... lack of... decrease
condition... abnormal condition
blood condition... pertaining to blood
logy
the study of
penia
deficiency... lack of... decrease
Rehab Vocab
Energy Transfer Systems
ATP-PC
Lactic Acid System
Oxidative Phosphorylation
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
intermediate power; moderate intensity and short duration.…
low power and endurance ... The conversion of kreb cycle interm…
Energy Transfer Systems
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
ATP-PC
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
42 terms
Rehab Review
OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Adm…
CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prot…
Standard Precautions
Handwashing
Protects workers in the workplace
Protects workers and patients in healthcare settings from dis…
Require that you treat every patient as being potentially inf…
Most effective means of preventing pathogen transmission
OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Adm…
Protects workers in the workplace
CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prot…
Protects workers and patients in healthcare settings from dis…
21 terms
rehab final
Medical Model for hearing loss
Cultural model for hearing loss
Social-Ecological model for hearing loss
Conductive deafness
undesirable condition, should be treated and cured
loss is not an issue, proud to be deaf, distinct language
interaction among person, condition, and environment
due to a change in the middle ear that conducts sound; Causes…
Medical Model for hearing loss
undesirable condition, should be treated and cured
Cultural model for hearing loss
loss is not an issue, proud to be deaf, distinct language
385 terms
Rehab Final
Purpose of wheelchair prescription
Generic goals for mobility in a wheelc…
Generic goals for interaction with the…
Other goals for wheelchair prescription
-enhance or maximize patient function... -enablement... -empowerment
-within some environmental context... -within the wheelchair
-achieve a stable posture... -allow transitions between postures
-support to prevent deformity... -prevention of pressure sores…
Purpose of wheelchair prescription
-enhance or maximize patient function... -enablement... -empowerment
Generic goals for mobility in a wheelc…
-within some environmental context... -within the wheelchair
18 terms
Hip Rehab
Tight hip extensors
Tight hip flexors
Tight Adductors/Abductors
Hip Flexibility
Increased lumbar flexion (loss of lordosis) with hip flexion
-Increased lumbar extension with hip extension (increase lord…
lateral pelvic tilt opposite side of tightness, side bending…
Decrease hip flexibility/mobility of structures around the hi…
Tight hip extensors
Increased lumbar flexion (loss of lordosis) with hip flexion
Tight hip flexors
-Increased lumbar extension with hip extension (increase lord…
51 terms
Rehab Vocab
Energy Transfer Systems
ATP-PC
Lactic Acid System
Oxidative Phosphorylation
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
intermediate power; moderate intensity and short duration.…
low power and endurance ... The conversion of kreb cycle interm…
Energy Transfer Systems
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
ATP-PC
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
46 terms
Rehab Midterm
How were PWDs treated in ancient Greek…
How were PWDs treated in the Middle Ag…
What is the Moral model?
What is the Medical model?
they believed disabled persons were not human and should be k…
PWDs were perceived as being out of order with God and nature…
disability out of order with nature/God
medical problem or defect to treat' "fix the imperfect"
How were PWDs treated in ancient Greek…
they believed disabled persons were not human and should be k…
How were PWDs treated in the Middle Ag…
PWDs were perceived as being out of order with God and nature…
12 terms
Rehab Terms
Flexion
Extension
Pronation
Supination
Bending a joint
Straightening of a joint
Palm down
Palm up
Flexion
Bending a joint
Extension
Straightening of a joint
85 terms
Test 3 Rehab
Two main functions of the core
Core provides to what structures?
Types of core stability
Interspinatis & Intertransversarii
- proximal stability... - distal limb mobility
- Vertebral jt. of the lumbar spine... - Sacroiliac jt.... - Hip jt…
- Static - maintenance of posture & balance... - Dynamic - produ…
Small amounts of spinal rotation
Two main functions of the core
- proximal stability... - distal limb mobility
Core provides to what structures?
- Vertebral jt. of the lumbar spine... - Sacroiliac jt.... - Hip jt…
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Rehab Final
What causes decrease ROM
Passive ROM exercise indications
Indications of AROM and AAROM
what can you use for Active Assistive…
-pain... -swelling... -muscle guarding/spasm... -inactivity... -immobiliz…
-maintain joint and soft tissue integrity... -minimize formation…
-muscle contraction... -maintain elasticity and contractility... -p…
-AT... -T-bar, Wand, Wall climbing... -Rope, overhead pulleys... -self…
What causes decrease ROM
-pain... -swelling... -muscle guarding/spasm... -inactivity... -immobiliz…
Passive ROM exercise indications
-maintain joint and soft tissue integrity... -minimize formation…
Rehab terms
Edema
Effusion
Epilepsy
Epitaxis
Swelling
Swelling of the joint cavity
Seizures occur regularly
Nosebleed
Edema
Swelling
Effusion
Swelling of the joint cavity
141 terms
Rehab Midterm
How long does a PT treatment session l…
What is the main role of a PT in acute…
How do you get paid in acute care?
What has happened in hospitals thanks…
30 minutes/day
to triage the patients to other levels of care
MS-DRG per discharge payment... no matter how long they stay, th…
-decrease length of stay... -use clinical pathways
How long does a PT treatment session l…
30 minutes/day
What is the main role of a PT in acute…
to triage the patients to other levels of care
68 terms
Rehab Reflexes
What is Rooting Reaction?
Rooting Reaction- Onset
Rooting Reaction- Integration
Rooting Reaction- Developmental Signif…
When I baby turns toward a stimulus (like stroking) on the ch…
28 weeks gestation
2-3 months
Facilitated in the feeding position; babies that are not hung…
What is Rooting Reaction?
When I baby turns toward a stimulus (like stroking) on the ch…
Rooting Reaction- Onset
28 weeks gestation
28 terms
Voc Rehab
Science of eugenics (movements effecti…
Social Darwinism (movements effecting…
Social gospel movement (movements effe…
Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet
Selective and controlled reproduction
Natural selection of the fittest
Attempting to change the attitudes regarding society's respon…
Deaf and hearing impairment: Established the first American s…
Science of eugenics (movements effecti…
Selective and controlled reproduction
Social Darwinism (movements effecting…
Natural selection of the fittest
13 terms
Rehab Terms
Functional Exercises
Activity-Specific exercises
Sport-specific exercises
Performance Evaluation
used for warm-up (dynamic warm-up: single leg RDL)
exercises that include drills or mimic tasks performed during…
similar to activity-specific; think: what are athletes requir…
the assessment used to determine if a patient is able to perf…
Functional Exercises
used for warm-up (dynamic warm-up: single leg RDL)
Activity-Specific exercises
exercises that include drills or mimic tasks performed during…
57 terms
Rehab vocabulary
ATC
HOPS
RICE
ROM(range of motion)
Athletic trainer certified
History, observation, palpation, and ... special tests
Rest ice compression elevation
Amount of movement in a specific joint
ATC
Athletic trainer certified
HOPS
History, observation, palpation, and ... special tests
78 terms
Rehab Vocab
HOPS
RICE
ROM
-itis
History, Observation, Palpation, & Special Tests
rest, ice, compression, & elevation
Range Of Motion
it is a suffix used to indicate inflammation of a body part
HOPS
History, Observation, Palpation, & Special Tests
RICE
rest, ice, compression, & elevation
41 terms
Aural Rehab Articles
ASHA (2016)
Meyer, 2016
Davis, et al. (2016)
Bainbridge & Ramachandran (2014)... Niem…
Knowledge and Skills Required for Practice of Audiologic/Aura…
What is the International Classification of Functioning, Disa…
Age and Hearing Health: The Course Approach... *Hearing loss is…
Use of hearing aids by adults is related to socioeconomic sta…
ASHA (2016)
Knowledge and Skills Required for Practice of Audiologic/Aura…
Meyer, 2016
What is the International Classification of Functioning, Disa…
35 terms
rehab final
what joints need to work together for…
whats main cause of many shoulder inju…
whats the force couple between serratu…
what does RTC do for the capsule
4... glenohumeral... scapulothoracic... acromioclavicular... sternoclavic…
instability
prevents impingement... rotates scapula to maintain optimal gh p…
compress and depress humeral head during IR and ER
what joints need to work together for…
4... glenohumeral... scapulothoracic... acromioclavicular... sternoclavic…
whats main cause of many shoulder inju…
instability
123 terms
REHAB FINAL
What system controls the heart?
What system slows the heart rate?
What system increases the heart rate a…
What are the two phases of the heart p…
ANS
PNS
SNS
Input --> (diastole): valves open, ventricles fill, then valv…
What system controls the heart?
ANS
What system slows the heart rate?
PNS
214 terms
Exam 2- Rehab
How to make a safe environment in hosp…
Define pulse
normal range for pulse
Pulse sites
-clean stethoscope and all equipment after each patient... -have…
shockwave from heart contraction that forces blood out of aorta
60-100 bpm
radial (most common), brachial (upper arm), carotid, femoral,…
How to make a safe environment in hosp…
-clean stethoscope and all equipment after each patient... -have…
Define pulse
shockwave from heart contraction that forces blood out of aorta
34 terms
REHAB: Vestibular Rehab
peripheral sensory... central processor... m…
orientation, movement... eye, moving... post…
visual... proprioceptive, somatosensory... v…
peripheral vestibular system
What are the 3 components that the Vestibular System is made…
The purpose of the vestibular system is:... Perception of __ and…
__ SYSTEM: Provides information of our surrounding... __ / __ SY…
The __ __ __ lies within the inner ear and it consists of a s…
peripheral sensory... central processor... m…
What are the 3 components that the Vestibular System is made…
orientation, movement... eye, moving... post…
The purpose of the vestibular system is:... Perception of __ and…
15 terms
Unit 2: Rhyme Rehab
acquire
addict
aspire
chorus
To gain ownership of something; to get by one's own efforts o…
a person who becomes dependent on something that is habit-for…
(v.) to have a strong desire to get or do something; to seek.
A group of people that speak or sing in unison
acquire
To gain ownership of something; to get by one's own efforts o…
addict
a person who becomes dependent on something that is habit-for…
299 terms
rehab midterm
dynamic sitting or standing means ____…
what trunk movements are required to p…
what type of stroke when an artery or…
what type of hemmorrhage is bleeding a…
can they cross midline during the activity
trunk flexion, extension, internal rotation
hemorrhagic
subarachnoid
dynamic sitting or standing means ____…
can they cross midline during the activity
what trunk movements are required to p…
trunk flexion, extension, internal rotation
10 terms
Rehab Final
According to the ICF what are the 3 ca…
What does ICF stand for and which orga…
What is the purpose of those 3 categor…
What are the stages of rehab?
1. Impairment... 2. Activity... 3. Participation
International Classification of Functioning, Disability and h…
to extend the focus of rehab from disability and impairment t…
1. Initial Care ... Goal -> preserve life, prevent complications…
According to the ICF what are the 3 ca…
1. Impairment... 2. Activity... 3. Participation
What does ICF stand for and which orga…
International Classification of Functioning, Disability and h…
49 terms
Rehab Final
Know the facts and figures of peds HL…
What is 1,3,6?
UNHS
EHDI
1) SNHL is the #1 birth defect... 2) 14+ million children have a…
1 --> to be screened for hearing loss by 1 month of age... 3 -->…
Universal Newborn Hearing Screen
Early Hearing Detection & Intervention
Know the facts and figures of peds HL…
1) SNHL is the #1 birth defect... 2) 14+ million children have a…
What is 1,3,6?
1 --> to be screened for hearing loss by 1 month of age... 3 -->…
27 terms
rehab test
HIV
AIDS
CD4 cell
how do you get HIV?
human immunodeficiency virus
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
a main cell that makes up your immune system, HIV effects thi…
- sex: vag fluid, semen, pre cum.... - sharing needles: blood ... -…
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus
AIDS
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
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