UNIT D: Assisting with a prescribed exercise program
Assisting with postural drainage
UNIT E: Assisting with the Use of Prescribed Medical Equipment,
Supplies and Device
Assisting with the use of an ace bandage
Assisting with the use of condom catheter
Assisting with cleaning the skin and catheter tubing
Assisting with the emptying of the urinary drainage bag
Assisting with the use of commercially prepared enema
Assisting with soap enema
Assisting with commercially prepared douche
Assisting with use oxygen concentrator
Assisting with use of Oxygen tank and liquid Oxygen reservoir
Assisting with use of medication nebulizer and air compressor
Assisting with use of CPAP machine
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Passive range of motion exercises (PROM) are done
Bending a body part is called
A ____________________ is the permanent and painful shortening of a joint and muscle that can result from lack of exercise.
How does regular activity benefit the integumentary system (skin)?
How does exercise benefit the musculoskeletal system?
Which of the following is a way in which regular physical activity helps the cardiovascular/circulatory system?
A possible complication for the respiratory system that results from lack of exercise is
Inactivity and immobility can result in which of the following?
A common complication from not getting enough physical activity due to a disability or chronic illness includes which of the following?
When assisting with ambulation, the HHA’s role is to
When a client uses a cane, walker, or crutches, the HHA should
When a client has one weaker leg,
Which of the following terms refers to the type of ROM exercises that a client does on his own, without any help from the HHA?
Which of the following is the term for using different body positions to drain mucus from the lungs or to loosen it so that it can be coughed up?
Which of the following is a guideline for assisting with postural drainage?