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Chapter 9 - Basics

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Chapter 9 - Basics

  1. 1. Rehabilitation and Restorative Care
  2. 2.  Rehabilitation  Care after surgery/injury to restore someone to previous level of functioning.  PT, OT, ST  Restorative Care  Follows rehabilitation  Restorative Aid  Support Independence
  3. 3.  To avoid:  Blood clots  Loss of self-esteem  Pneumonia  Muscle atrophy  Contractures  Constipation  Pressure ulcers
  4. 4.  Defined as “walking”.  Ambulatory – M & R weight  Assistive Devices:  Cane – C-Cane  Quad Cane  Place on strong-side  Walkers  Standard walker  Forward-wheeled walker  Hemi-walker
  5. 5.  Adaptive equipment  For eating – pg 225  For reading  Dressing  Toileting  Glasses  Hearing Aids
  6. 6.  Amputation  Phantom pain  Prostheses – legs, arms, eyes  Guidelines for care – pg 227
  7. 7.  Range of motion  Many different kinds, shown on pgs 228-231  Bowel/Bladder Retraining  Take to BR regularly per resident routines  Before meals, after meals, at bedtime as a rule  Some residents may have sensation of needing to use the restroom often.  Always be positive and professional.  Provide privacy as much as possible.

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