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Exercise for the Immobile Patient

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

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  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America what is hyperextension
    2014-04-07 08:04:53

  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America what is extension
    2014-04-07 08:04:30

    • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America the state of being in a straight line the cervical spine is extended when the head is held straight
      2014-04-07 08:04:47
  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America what is act assistive excerise
    2014-04-07 08:04:13

    • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America excerise carried out by the patient with the help from the nurse
      2014-04-07 08:04:59
  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America what is passive excerise
    2014-04-07 08:04:44

    • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America excerise carried out by nurse without the patient assistance
      2014-04-07 08:04:24
  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America the purpose of excerise for immobility
    2014-04-07 08:04:43

    • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America to improve coordination, to maintain a build muscle strength
      2014-04-07 08:04:09
  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America to prevent contracture
    2014-04-07 08:04:00

  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America there are five exercise for the immobile patient: Active, resistive, Isometric, Passive, And active assistive.
    2014-04-02 06:04:44

  • Kimberly Godfrey United States of America Passive Exercises: is when exercises are carried out by the nurse without assistance from the patient, And Active Assistive exercises are performed by the patient with assistance from the nurse.
    2014-04-02 06:04:55

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