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  • Sample Nursing Care Plan

    face. No erythema, lesions. Head: Head is normocephalic, atraumatic Eyes: PERRLA, sclera anicteric, no erythema, injection, discharge. VA 20/20 individually and bilaterally uncorrected. Ears: EAC clear bilaterally, TMs shiny grey, hearing is grossly intact bilaterally. Nose: Patent nares bilaterally, no discharge or sinus tenderness. Throat: Mucous membranes are moist and without signs of ulceration. Respiratory: CTA bilaterally throughout without adventitious sounds. No W/R/R. Cardiovascular: Normal S1 and S2. No M/R/G. Abdomen: Appears slightly obese. Normal active bowel sounds. Abdomen NTTP throughout. No HSM. GU: Deferred. Musculoskeletal: Knee – bilateral knee without swelling, tenderness, full ROM, 5/5 strength, normal muscle tone. Right hip – 5 degree of flexion in right hip. Tenderness over hip capsule. Pain with internal rotation, abduction, and flexion that prevent assessment of the ROM. Current passive ROM and abduction is 15 degrees, adduction is 20 degrees, internal rotation is 5 degrees, external rotation is 45 degrees, flexion is 60 degrees, extension is 0 degrees. Left hip – nontender passive ROM and abduction is 45 degrees, adduction is 30 degrees, internal rotation is 30 degrees, external rotation is 45 degrees, flexion is 110 degrees, extension is 30 degrees. Back – spine is without tenderness. Full ROM in all planes however difficult to assess curvature due to patient being unable to bear weight on the right leg. Neurological: Sensation to…

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  • Flexion Case Study

    Her hip and knee however don’t move through much range meaning they do not gain any momentum. 2.0 Swing phase Throughout swing phase Mrs Ogle’s hip and knee move through normal ranges. Her ankle how ever does not achieve the neutral position that it should. Due to the lack of momentum from the pre-swing phase increase muscle work from the hip flexors is essential to swing the leg through. As her ankle is in 10 of plantarflexion the swing phase finishes prematurely as her forefoot contacts the…

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  • Karate Activity Observation

    When he lifts his leg forward, it would not be as high as when he was at 24 years old. The heel strike would still be visible, but only slightly and there would be a noticeable dragging of the feet. His arms would still move in opposition to the leg, but it would just be a little and subtle movement. He might also look down quite a bit in order to gain balance and for safety reasons, such as to avoid tripping or falling. The regression of the movement observed would be due to old age and the…

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  • Essay On Reflection Paper For Social Work

    The client’s feet turned outward, and her arms fell forward slightly. She also had a little bit of a forward lean. During the single-leg squat test, she had a slight inward movement at her knees. Both tests showed that she has tight muscles in the lateral part of her legs. These tight muscle include: the soleus, lateral gastrocnemius, the adductor complex, tensor fascia latae, vastus lateralis, and the short head of the biceps femoris ((NASM), 2013). She also has weak muscles on the medial part…

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  • Muscles In The Human Body

    types of muscles within the human body that aid the body with movement while a few also helps with stabilizing the bones (Allen and Harper 2014). Skeletal, cardiac, and smooth are the three types of muscular tissues found within the body (Tortora and Derrickson 2014). The heart is made out of cardiac muscle tissue and that is striated (Tortora and Derrickson 2014). The walls of the hollow organs of the human body are made with smooth muscle tissues that are non-striated (Tortora and Derrickson…

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  • Fitness Components Of Squash

    Squash is a high intensity racquet sport that can be played between two individuals (singles) or two teams of two (doubles), like tennis. Squash is played in a four walled court, using a small rubber ball. The rubber ball can come in different variations, depending on how easily it is to get the ball warm and bouncy. The type of ball used is determined by the player’s skill level. Squash mainly uses fitness components that include, agility, anaerobic capacity and muscular power. The dominant…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Bodybuilding

    body. The next step to becoming a bodybuilder, is heading to the gym to complete a workout. Also everyday has to be different because “some body parts may need training twice a week. You have to know your weakness and strengths, you have to know your body.” (Monaghan 51) Before starting a workout, it is always best to warmup and stretch before starting a workout, because no likes to get injured, and then not be able to train. “Think of your muscles as elastic bands. Elastic bands lose their…

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  • Skeletal System And The Skeletal System

    To understand the Musculo-Skeletal system and how it is suited to the functions that it performs for the body you first need to understand how the system works and what it is responsible for. It is comprised of two separate systems working together as one to provide the body with physical support, the ability to move and protection for its major organs. These two systems are the Skeletal System and the Muscular System and they contain the following:-  Bones of the skeleton  Muscles …

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  • Nature Vs. Nurture Task

    people with a soft, round build of body and a high proportion of fat tissue and a mesomorph is a person whose build is compact and muscular. Nature and nurture both play a big role in your body type. Studies including those done on twins suggest that up to 80% of your weight and body shape is determined by your genes however your environment and personal health choices also play a big role in in body shape and size so even if both your parents have the same body shape then it doesn’t mean you…

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  • The Role Of Starvation In A Tale Of Two Cities

    Some of the deadly consequences of malnutrition are electrolyte imbalance, muscle loss, immunity and blood flow issues, and heart problems. Once the body reaches the point of malnutrition it goes into what is known as starvation mode. When a body lacks the nutrients it needs it will take from itself. When the human body has an electrolyte imbalance caused by starvation there can be a deficiency of potassium, calcium, and sodium. Sodium is used to balance fluid and control nerve and muscle…

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