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Impaired Physical Mobility

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taddio's version from 2017-06-19 22:56

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Patient Teaching:
Teach the importance of rest periods during activity - - Essential to conserve energy and to learn limitations.
Teach the importance of exercise - - Exercise increases strength and mobility.

 

Impaired Physical MobilityNext
Assessments 1 - Alteration in gaitAssessments 2 - Decrease in fine / gross motor skills
Assessments 2 - Decrease in fine / gross motor skillsAssessments 3 - In report it was noted that patient has weakness during ambulation (activity with other limbs)
Assessments 3 - In report it was noted that patient has weakness during ambulation (activity with other limbs)Assessments 4 - patient unable to ambulate without assistive device
Assessments 4 - patient unable to ambulate without assistive deviceAssessments 5 - cast on limb
Assessments 5 - cast on limbRationale 1 - patient may experience loss of muscle strength
Rationale 1 - patient may experience loss of muscle strengthRationale 2 - contractures
Rationale 2 - contracturesRationale 3 - increased risk of falls
Rationale 3 - increased risk of fallsRationale 4 - inability to perform ADL's
Rationale 4 - inability to perform ADL'sRelated To 1 - movement restrictions
Related To 1 - movement restrictionsRelated To 2 - decreased muscle strength
Related To 2 - decreased muscle strengthRelated To 3 - Tissue Trauma
Related To 3 - Tissue TraumaOutcomes 1 - Patient will transfer / ambulate to / for ___ with steady balance after interventions
Outcomes 1 - Patient will transfer / ambulate to / for ___ with steady balance after interventionsOutcomes 2 - Patient will demonstrate use of adaptive equipment to increase mobility one time during PCS
Outcomes 2 - Patient will demonstrate use of adaptive equipment to increase mobility one time during PCSInterventions 1 - Active / passive range of motion (Passive - maintains joint mobility and prevents contractures. Active - reverses atrophy and weakening of the muscles)
Interventions 1 - Active / passive range of motion (Passive - maintains joint mobility and prevents contractures. Active - reverses atrophy and weakening of the muscles)Interventions 2 - supportive device (increases stability and promotes independence)
Interventions 2 - supportive device (increases stability and promotes independence)Interventions 3 - provide assist [to standing position, for task, etc] as needed (provides safety and assists patient in completion of task)
Interventions 3 - provide assist [to standing position, for task, etc] as needed (provides safety and assists patient in completion of task)Collaborations 1 - UAP - Assist with bathroom and grooming needs
Collaborations 1 - UAP - Assist with bathroom and grooming needsCollaborations 2 - LPN - Remind patient to do prescribed exercises
Collaborations 2 - LPN - Remind patient to do prescribed exercisesCollaborations 3 - Physical Therapist can develop mobility plan
Collaborations 3 - Physical Therapist can develop mobility planlast
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