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Comments about Module 7: Active and Passive Range of Motion Exercise - Exercise for the Immobile Patient

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- Module: Module 7: Active and Passive Range of Motion Exercise
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  • Ruman James South Sudan Why is heart and respiratory diseases contraindicated to the range of motion exercises
    2014-10-23 18:10:35

  • Ruman James South Sudan What are the importance of documentation in patient progress.
    2014-10-23 18:10:52

  • said bouaajini Italy OK
    2014-10-18 17:10:44

  • Jayne Mcintosh United Kingdom What are the differences between the Passive and Active range of motion? How is the Isometric exercise done?
    2014-08-31 01:08:01

  • Bernard Nyanducha Kenya the arrows in this abduction and abduction are not ok?
    2014-08-26 13:08:27

  • Sonia Silvera Zaire Is this routine of exercise part of a nurses daily task?
    2014-08-23 12:08:52

  • Vernita Clark United States of America Don't do if joints swollen or infllamed
    2014-07-29 10:07:28

  • Vernita Clark United States of America Or b4bedx. Start @head working down, doing ea movement min 3x-5
    2014-07-29 10:07:41

  • Vernita Clark United States of America ROM good to do during bath. Warm water relaxes muscles
    2014-07-29 10:07:55

  • Vernita Clark United States of America Flexion-bent. Extension-straight line
    2014-07-29 10:07:10

  • Abraham Biar matiop South Sudan 1. what is difference b/n Active and passive range of motion?
    2014-07-25 16:07:16

    • Jayne Mcintosh United Kingdom Active exercises are performed by the patient with assistance from the nurse while the Passive exercises are carried out by the nurse without assistance from the patient.
      2014-08-30 21:08:18
  • PASCHAL MDEMWA NYAMBA Tanzania WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANCE OF IMMOBILITY ?
    2014-07-14 05:07:12

    • Jayne Mcintosh United Kingdom To exercise and maintain joint mobility to increase or maintain movement to prevent contracture and atrophy of muscles and also stimulate circulation.
      2014-08-30 21:08:00
  • Esther Wanjohi Kenya no questions
    2014-06-14 12:06:14

    • Morris Munene Kenya ask
      2014-07-10 13:07:12
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