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Mobility in Context [electronic resource] : Principles of Patient Care Skills

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780803615274Publication details: Philadelphia : F. A. Davis Company, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9780803630475
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mobility in Context : Principles of Patient Care SkillsDDC classification:
  • 615.8/2 615.82
LOC classification:
  • RT87.T72 J64 2012
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Contents:
Copyright; Preface; Reviewers; Acknowledgments; Brief Contents; Contents; Establishing the Bar: An Introduction; The Fundamentals of Progressive Mobility; Contexts; Patient-Centered Care; Dynamic Systems; Professionalism; Health and Wellness; Decision-Making Guides; As Much as Possible, as Normally as Possible; Control Centrally, Direct Distally (CCDD); Biomechanics; Stability to Mobility; Capacity for Mobility; Stability; Controlled Mobility; Skill; Focusing on the Objective; Behaviors and Techniques; Developing Expertise; "Mindful" Practice; Beginning the Progression: Moving the Bar
Critical Care EnvironmentsA Systematic Approach; Critical Care Devices; Home Environment; Other Environments; Moving the Bar: Part 2; Initiating Mobility; Attending to the Person; Establishing Rapport; Creating a Supportive Physical Environment; Performing the Task; Engaging the Patient in the Task; Establishing Baselines; Chapter 4: Keeping It Clean: Maintaining Cleanliness in the Clinical Environment; Cleanliness; What Is Clean?; Health-Care-Associated Infections; How Infection Happens; Infectious Agents; A Look at Multi-Drug-Resistant Organisms; Pathogen Reservoirs; Clinician Illness
Moving the Bar: Part 1Preparing Yourself for Patient-Clinician Interaction; Preparing for Personal Interaction; Awareness of Values and Beliefs; Practicing "Mindfully"; Communication Skills; Collaborative Goal-Setting; Preparation for The Task; Knowing the Objective; Mechanics of Movement; Preparing the Environment; Conclusion; Chapter 1: Establishing the Therapeutic Alliance; Patient-Clinician Interaction: The Therapeutic Alliance; The Person; The Clinician's Perspective; Professionalism; Bias; Communication; Caregiver Stress; The Patient's Perspective; Patients' Rights; Cultural Differences
Responding to LossStages of Response to Injury or Disablement; Spirituality; Tasks; Collaboratively Set Goals; Motivating and Engaging Patients in Healthful Activities; Patient Education; Patient Education Techniques; Patient Adherence; Challenging Patient Encounters; Environment; Conclusion; Chapter 2: The Mechanics of Movement; Biomechanical Aspects of Human Movement; Mass; Center of Mass; Force; Gravity; Friction; Representation of Forces; Line of Action; Components of Force; Levers; Moments and Moment Arms; Application: Proper Body Mechanics Part 1; Force Couples; Loading
Stress and StrainPressure; Managing Load; Stability and Mobility; Base of Support; Dynamic Trunk Stabilization; Controlled and Uncontrolled Mobility; Application: Positioning for Stability; Application: Directing Forces-Blocking the Knee; Laws of Motion; Inertia; F = ma; Action-Reaction; Muscles Acting on Bones; Open and Closed Chains; Osteokinematics and Arthrokinematics; Application: Glenohumeral Movement During ROM; Putting It Together: Body Mechanics; Body Mechanics Guidelines; Application: Proper Body Mechanics, Part 2; Chapter 3: Special Environments; Introduction
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Copyright; Preface; Reviewers; Acknowledgments; Brief Contents; Contents; Establishing the Bar: An Introduction; The Fundamentals of Progressive Mobility; Contexts; Patient-Centered Care; Dynamic Systems; Professionalism; Health and Wellness; Decision-Making Guides; As Much as Possible, as Normally as Possible; Control Centrally, Direct Distally (CCDD); Biomechanics; Stability to Mobility; Capacity for Mobility; Stability; Controlled Mobility; Skill; Focusing on the Objective; Behaviors and Techniques; Developing Expertise; "Mindful" Practice; Beginning the Progression: Moving the Bar

Critical Care EnvironmentsA Systematic Approach; Critical Care Devices; Home Environment; Other Environments; Moving the Bar: Part 2; Initiating Mobility; Attending to the Person; Establishing Rapport; Creating a Supportive Physical Environment; Performing the Task; Engaging the Patient in the Task; Establishing Baselines; Chapter 4: Keeping It Clean: Maintaining Cleanliness in the Clinical Environment; Cleanliness; What Is Clean?; Health-Care-Associated Infections; How Infection Happens; Infectious Agents; A Look at Multi-Drug-Resistant Organisms; Pathogen Reservoirs; Clinician Illness

Moving the Bar: Part 1Preparing Yourself for Patient-Clinician Interaction; Preparing for Personal Interaction; Awareness of Values and Beliefs; Practicing "Mindfully"; Communication Skills; Collaborative Goal-Setting; Preparation for The Task; Knowing the Objective; Mechanics of Movement; Preparing the Environment; Conclusion; Chapter 1: Establishing the Therapeutic Alliance; Patient-Clinician Interaction: The Therapeutic Alliance; The Person; The Clinician's Perspective; Professionalism; Bias; Communication; Caregiver Stress; The Patient's Perspective; Patients' Rights; Cultural Differences

Responding to LossStages of Response to Injury or Disablement; Spirituality; Tasks; Collaboratively Set Goals; Motivating and Engaging Patients in Healthful Activities; Patient Education; Patient Education Techniques; Patient Adherence; Challenging Patient Encounters; Environment; Conclusion; Chapter 2: The Mechanics of Movement; Biomechanical Aspects of Human Movement; Mass; Center of Mass; Force; Gravity; Friction; Representation of Forces; Line of Action; Components of Force; Levers; Moments and Moment Arms; Application: Proper Body Mechanics Part 1; Force Couples; Loading

Stress and StrainPressure; Managing Load; Stability and Mobility; Base of Support; Dynamic Trunk Stabilization; Controlled and Uncontrolled Mobility; Application: Positioning for Stability; Application: Directing Forces-Blocking the Knee; Laws of Motion; Inertia; F = ma; Action-Reaction; Muscles Acting on Bones; Open and Closed Chains; Osteokinematics and Arthrokinematics; Application: Glenohumeral Movement During ROM; Putting It Together: Body Mechanics; Body Mechanics Guidelines; Application: Proper Body Mechanics, Part 2; Chapter 3: Special Environments; Introduction

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Rely on this state-of-the-art, multimedia resource to help you meet the expectations for today and tomorrow?s health care providers