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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
- Topic: Exercise for the Immobile Patient
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    Dr Abdulkadir Abdullahi Somalia to stimulate the circulation to improve coordination to increase tolerance more activity
    2015-03-30 08:03:13

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    vicki miller United States of America none
    2015-03-21 20:03:41

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    vicki miller United States of America none
    2015-03-21 20:03:36

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    vicki miller United States of America none
    2015-03-21 20:03:06

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    vicki miller United States of America none
    2015-03-21 20:03:00

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    Michelle Stauffer United States of America The joints of helpless or immobile patients should be exercised once every eight hours to prevent contracture from occurring
    2015-03-12 20:03:00

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    Michelle Stauffer United States of America To maintain joint mobility by putting each of the patiens joints through all possible movement's to increase and or maintain movement in each joint to prevent contracture atony insufficient muscular tone and atrophy of muscles to stimulate circulation preventing thrombus and embolus formation to improve coordination to increase tolerance for more activity to maintain and build mucle strengh
    2015-03-12 19:03:09

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    OKELLO DAVID Uganda can a patient with cardiac disease do the same exercise?
    2015-03-05 15:03:49

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    OKELLO DAVID Uganda Active exercise are done by the patient,without assistance,to increase strength.Passive exercise are carried out by the nurse without assistance from the patient.passive exercises will not preserve muscle mass and bone mineralisation,lengthening of muscles,or tension of bones
    2015-03-05 15:03:53

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    Mbali preety Dlamini South Africa Immobile patient: to ,maintain joint mobility by putting each of the patints joints through all possible movement in each joint
    2015-02-22 06:02:09

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    Mbali preety Dlamini South Africa Active= active exercises ara performed by the patient, without assistance, to incease muscle strength. = passive these exercises are carried out by the nurse. Without assistance from the patient. Passive exercises will not preserve muscle mass or bon mineralization, lengthening of moscle, or tension on bones
    2015-02-21 13:02:33

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    Jossie Quinones United States of America PLease take a look at the illustration for abduction and adduction...they are wrong
    2015-02-11 17:02:06

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    asghar Farzin Iran Can a patient with cardiac disease also do thesame exercise ?
    2014-12-24 07:12:27

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    kenyi joseph South Sudan Can a patient with cardiac disease also do thesame exercise ?
    2014-12-02 14:12:07

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    kenyi joseph South Sudan How does the patient develop fatigue when you continue with the exercise before bed time ?
    2014-12-02 14:12:15

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    Murphy Ladip United Kingdom In this situation exercise is done in a progressive way, start small movement while you conduct a survey when the patient can progress with or with out any assistance from the nurse.
    2014-11-13 13:11:40

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    Merson Figueroa Belize Exercise for the immobile patient are passive,active-assistive,active,resistive,isometric
    2014-11-13 02:11:34

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    Merson Figueroa Belize Exercise for the immobile patient are passive exercises,active assistive exercise,resistive exercise,isometric exercise
    2014-11-12 03:11:19

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    adeel akhtar Pakistan what are the types of exercise?
    2014-11-10 11:11:39

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    adeel akhtar Pakistan The purpose of these active and passive range motion exercise is to give the proper circulation to the body of the patient and to remove the immobility of the patient body parts and the exercise must be perform well because we will have to motion for the patient.
    2014-11-10 11:11:04

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