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Perform Wheelchair Transfer
Stand-pivot: Stand-pivot transfers are most commonly used when the person has one-sided weakness as would be the case after a stroke. The person should be seated with the knees lower than the hips and the heels back somewhat behind the knees. From this position the person is helped to standing placing the weight on the strong side, pivots, and lowers slowly on the wheelchair (with or without assistance). ...Read more
Wheelchair transfers: For non ambulatory people, using a slide board between chair and ? Allows the person to scoot the buttock across the board and onto the next area. Typically we go from a higher to lower site, allowing gravity to assist the scoot. If no board is used, then this is a swing transfer, assuming feet are not used for a stand pivot. ...Read more
Gait belt = safety: There are many techniques to help a person with debility transfer from/to a wheelchair. It really depends on the level of debility and the amount of help you require. A paraplegic patient may not be able to assist much and may require a slide board where as a hemiplegic may be able to stand pivot with assist. The gait belt is primarily for safety. It allows a steady grip hold while assisting. ...Read more
Depends on the lift: Lifts can be manual/hydraulic or electric and are used by sliding a sling under the patient to the right position (as recommended by the manufacturer) and attaching a series of loops to the hooks on the lift. Each device has specific manufacturer recommended instructions that should be followed carefully to avoid injuries. ...Read more
Fracture fear: A fall and associated fracture, particularly of the hip, is the biggest fear during a transfer. In addition, you have to be careful of a tear of the skin during a transfer if there is any existing skin breakdown. ...Read more
See answer below: Wheelchair transfers refer to transfers that a person with a spinal cord injury who is using a wheelchair must perform when going from the wheelchair to a bed, to a couch, to a car, to a shower bench, and back into the wheelchair. Sliding boards are initially used to make the transfers easier. ...Read more
See answer below: It all depends where you need to transfer to. Check out fasteddy07 on youtube where i demonstrate how to perform a variety of wheelchair transfers, on a shower bench, on a bed, in a car, from the floor etc... Of course, depending on the injury level, some transfers may not be possible independently. ...Read more
Usually up to 10 day:
Usually up to 10 days
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Are there different ways testicle enlargement surgeries can be performed? Like transferring fat from one area of the body to the testicles?
Why?: And for what reason is this important to know? ...Read more
I have hemorrhoids n I work ask as private sitter !!!! My patient is totally disabled I have to transfer her from her bed to the wheel chair n it make?
Bacterial vaginosis: could the bacteria be picked up by my partner performing oral sex and then transferred further with kissing? (prediagnosis obviou
Bacterial vaginosis: Women in their reproductive years are most commonly affected by bacterial vaginosis, but any woman can experience the condition. Doctors don't know exactly why bacterial vaginosis develops, but certain activities, such as unprotected sexual intercourse or frequent douching, put you at higher risk of the condition. ...Read more
Can you tell me for example the person with genital herpes is performing oral sex on a non infected person. Can the disease be transferred that way?
Can i get a fat transfer instead of breast implants? I have a common concern to so many women: my butt is too big, and my breasts are too small. Can I have a fat transfer performed to remove fat from the lower half of my body and use it to make my breasts
Fat transfer breasts:
Yes, you can get fat transferred to your breasts.
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Is tendon transfer surgery only for hands? Can a tendon transfer be performed on feet as well or is it just a treatment that can currently be performed on hands?
Tendon : Tendon transfers are well described for treating muscular imbalances in the foot and ankle. They are not only for the hands and upper extremities. An orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon can evaluate you and determine whether the condition you have is appropriate for such a procedure. ...Read more
Could i be pregnant if my partner had swallowed his own cum and after an hour he performed oral sex on me? Could sperm be transferred from his mouth?
Who is the right surgeon to perform tendon transfer for foot drop correction ? Plastic surgeon or orthopedic surgeon ! please elaborate.
ORTHO OR PODIATRIST: A foot and ankle trained orthopedic surgeon or board certified podiatric surgeon would be best qualified for a tendon transfer to correct for a drop foot. A dynamic transfer of the posterior tibial tendon is my procedure of choice. This can be augmented with a transposition of the anterior tibial tendon.I hope this helps. ...Read more
Depends: There are multiple types of ms, with different prognosis. There are also many meds available to slow or prevent progression and more being developed. A neurologist can evaluate and treat. Physical therapy and/or pmnr physician can help maximize your abilities if your symptoms necessitate it. ...Read more
Yes: You can check with the ncca for information. ...Read more
No, rather rare now: In years past, not unique for patients to deteriorate due to lack of effective meds, but times have changed and disease modifying items have truly protected patients quite well. Best treatment is adequate prevention, and therefore, the newer oral agents and tysabri, (natalizumab) offer a far more effective approach to prevent loss of ambulation. Also, useful are vitamin d and ampyra. ...Read more
Depends: Although, it depends on a user's preference a lot, a few common things you don't want to miss - comfort, durability, ease of taking care of, fitting your existing wheelchair, the ease of replacement, and cost. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on a lot of things. It can depend on what state you are in, what type of medicaid plan you have as well as what your medical condition is. Talk with your doctor. ...Read more
See below: First thing is to consult with your doctor to see if it is safe for you to exercise. It will generally be difficult to lose weight with exercise alone if you are confined to a wheelchair. You will probably need to make some dietary changes as well. There are upper extremity ergometers that can give you an aerobic workout. They are sort of like exercise bikes for the arms. Consult with your doctor. ...Read more
Edema: Yes, your lower extremity venous return can be blocked, inmobilization can cause loss of muscle mass and also incomptence of valves in veins of lower extremities. ...Read more