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Author: Mark Dutton
Publisher: Sudbury, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, ©2012.
Series: JB review.
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Overview: Begin the task of studying for the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) for Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) by concentrating on those subject areas where you need the most help! Physical Therapist Assistant Exam Review Guide includes a bound-in online access code for JB TestPrep: PTA Exam Review. Both resources provide thorough exam preparation help for physical therapist assistant candidates  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Examination Questions
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Dutton
ISBN: 9780763797577 076379757X 9781449628505 1449628508
OCLC Number: 694223903
Description: xxvii, 588 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Acknowledgments --
Reviewers --
Section 1: Profession: --
Fundamentals: --
Guide to physical therapist practice --
Members of the healthcare team --
Practice settings --
Models of disablement --
Five elements of patient/client management: --
Examination --
Evaluation --
Diagnosis --
Prognosis and plan of care --
Intervention --
Cultural influences --
Patient education: --
Motivation --
Maslow's hierarchy of needs --
Theories of learning --
Domains of learning --
Types of learners --
Practice and feedback --
Education --
Specific approaches for education --
Documentation --
Infection control --
Patient safety --
Vital signs: --
Temperature --
Heart rate --
Respiratory rate --
Blood pressure --
Pain --
First Aid --
Laboratory tests and values --
Pharmacology --
Abbreviations --
Imaging studies: --
Conventional (plain film) radiography --
Arthrography --
Myelography --
Discography --
Angiography --
Computed tomography --
CT myelogram --
Magnetic resonance imaging --
Radionucleotide scanning --
Review questions --
References --
Healthcare administration: --
Private health insurance --
Independent health plans: --
Managed care plans --
Preferred provider organizations --
Health maintenance organizations --
Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) --
Government health insurance: --
Medicare --
Medicaid --
HCFA Common Procedural Coding System --
International classification of disease codes --
Fee-for-service --
Workers' compensation --
Consumer-driven healthcare programs --
Controlling quality of care: --
Fiscal regulations --
Certificate of need regulations --
Patient Self-Determination Act --
Accreditation --
Health professionals regulation --
Health insurance regulation --
Access-related insurance regulations --
Voluntary accreditation --
Health Insurance And Portability Accountability Act --
HIPAA Privacy Rule --
Ethical issues: --
Malpractice --
Sexual harassment --
Informed consent --
Americans With Disabilities Act --
Statutory laws: --
Individuals With Disabilities Education Act --
Licensure --
Workers' Compensation Acts --
Review questions --
References --
Research and evidence-based practice: --
Research: --
Variables --
Levels of measurement --
Data collection and sampling techniques --
Measures of central tendency --
Measures of variation --
Measures of position --
Normal distribution --
Evidence-based practice: --
Hierarchy of evidence --
Outcome measurement tools --
Review questions --
References --
Section 2: Review Of Systems: --
Musculoskeletal physical therapy: --
Components of the musculoskeletal system: --
Bone --
Fascia --
Tendon --
Ligaments --
Muscle --
Cartilage --
Joint --
Joint receptors --
Anatomy of specific joints: --
Shoulder complex --
Elbow complex --
Wrist and hand --
Hip --
Knee joint complex --
Ankle and foot joint complex --
Craniovertebral joints --
Cervical spine --
Temporomandibular joint --
Thoracic spine and rib cage --
Lumbar spine --
Sacroiliac joint --
Kinesiology: --
Directional terms --
Movements of the body segments --
Levers --
Osteokinematics --
Degrees of freedom --
Arthrokinematics --
Close-packed and open-packed positions of the joint --
Capsular and noncapsular patterns of restriction --
Musculoskeletal injury and repair: --
Muscle injuries --
Tendon injuries --
Ligament injury --
Musculoskeletal tissue healing --
Articular cartilage injury and disease --
Musculoskeletal data collection: --
Range of motion --
End feels --
Leg length assessment --
Manual muscle testing --
Deep tendon reflexes --
Upper and lower quarter screens --
Posture analysis --
Palpation --
Girth measurement --
Joint mobility --
Special tests --
Musculoskeletal pathologies: --
Fractures --
Bursitis --
Degenerative joint disease --
Rheumatoid arthritis --
Systemic lupus erythematosus --
Ankylosing spondylitis --
Psoriatic arthritis --
Gout --
Fibromyalgia --
Achilles tendinitis --
Rupture of the Achilles tendon --
Acromioclavicular joint injuries --
Adhesive capsulitis --
Ankle sprains --
Anterior cruciate ligament tear --
Bicipital tendinitis --
Carpal tunnel syndrome --
DeQuervain tenosynovitis --
Epicondylitis --
Finger injuries --
Groin pain --
Hallux valgus --
Lumbar herniated nucleus pulposus --
Iliotibial band friction syndrome --
Medical collateral ligament sprain --
Meniscal injuries --
Osteoarthritis --
Patella tendinitis --
Patellofemoral dysfunction --
Plantar fasciitis --
Rotator cuff tendinitis --
Scaphoid fracture --
Spinal stenosis (degenerative) --
Spondylolysis/spondylolisthesis --
Temporomandibular joint disorders --
Thoracic outlet syndrome --
Wrist fractures --
Orthopedic surgical repairs: --
Spinal surgery --
Total joint replacement --
Review questions --
References --
Neuromuscular physical therapy: --
Basic anatomy and physiology --
Nervous system organization --
Central nervous system: --
Brain --
Spinal cord --
Peripheral nervous system: --
Autonomic nervous system --
Somatic nervous system --
Nerves of the somatic nervous system --
Cranial nerves --
Spinal nerves --
Peripheral nerves --
Cervical nerves and the brachial plexus --
From the trunks --
Thoracic nerves --
Reflexes: --
Monosynaptic reflex --
Superficial reflexes --
Pathologic reflexes --
Patterned behavioral reflexes --
Supraspinal reflexes Protective reflexes --
Proprioception: --
Balance --
Kinesthesia --
Neuromuscular examination: --
Levels of consciousness --
Upper and lower quarter scanning examination --
Cranial nerve examination --
Reflex testing --
Diagnostic procedures: --
Cerebral angiography --
Computed tomography --
Electroencephalography --
Electromyogram --
Evoked potential --
Lumbar puncture --
Magnetic resonance imaging --
Magnetic resonance angiography --
Myelography --
Positron emission tomography --
Ventriculography --
Electronystagmorgraphy --
Neurologic dysfunction --
Infectious diseases: --
Meningitis --
Encephalitis --
Neural injuries and noninfectious diseases: --
Cerebrovascular accident --
Transient ischemic attack --
Cerebral aneurysm --
Traumatic brain injury --
Spinal cord injury --
Syringomyelia --
Cauda equine syndrome --
Neurodegenerative and inflammatory disorders --
Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies --
Epilepsy --
Cerebellar disorders --
Vestibular disorders --
Basal ganglia disorders --
Cranial and peripheral nerve disorders --
Herniated lumbar disc --
Herpes zoster --
Motor learning: --
Stages of motor learning --
Practice and feedback --
Theories of neurological rehabilitation --
Constraint-induced movement therapy --
Task-oriented approaches --
Rood's concept of levels of control --
Impairment-focused interventions --
Brunnstorm approach: movement therapy in hemiplegia --
Integrated approach --
Cognitive rehabilitation --
Management strategies for specific conditions: --
Strategies to manage hypertonia --
Strategies to manage hypotonia --
Review questions --
References. Cardiovascular physical therapy: --
Peripheral circulation --
Lymphatic system --
Heart and circulation: --
Heart --
Coronary circulation and the cardiac cycle --
Electrical conduction system of the heart --
Chemical and physical influences on the heart --
Normal exercise response --
Blood pressure: --
Regulation of blood pressure --
Measurement of blood pressure --
Relevance of blood pressure to rehabilitation --
Pulse: --
Examination of heart sounds --
Examination of the heart rhythm: --
P wave --
ORS complex --
Cardiac rhythms and arrhythmias --
Heart blocks --
Exercise tolerance testing --
Borg rating of perceived exertion scale --
Basic life support/cardiopulmonary resuscitation: --
Performing CPR on a child --
Performing CPR on an infant --
Diagnostic tests: --
Left heart catheterization/coronary angiogram --
Duplex ultrasonography duplex --
Magnetic resonance venography --
Direct contrast venography --
Physiologic tests of venous function --
Doppler ultrasound --
Air plethysmorgraphy --
Chest radiograph --
Myocardial perfusion imaging --
Continuous hemodynamic monitoring --
Echocardiography --
Laboratory tests and values --
Enzyme studies --
Lipid profile --
Cellular blood elements --
Cardiovascular conditions --
Risk factors for cardiac pathology --
Peripheral arterial disease --
Arteriosclerosis --
Arteriovenous malformations --
Aortic aneurysms --
Throboangiitis obliterans --
Raynaud disease --
Hypotension --
Peripheral vascular disease: --
Deep venous insufficiency --
Superficial venous insufficiency --
Interventions for venous insufficiency --
Thrombophlebitis --
Congestive heart failure: --
Cor pulmonale --
Cardiomyopathy --
Valvular disease --
Arrhythmias --
Coronary artery disease: --
Atheroslerosis --
Angina pectoris --
Myocardial infarction --
Inflammatory conditions of the heart: --
Myocarditis --
Pericaditis --
Infective endocarditis --
Surgical interventions for cardiovascular conditions: --
Heart valve surgery --
Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty --
Coronary artery bypass graft --
Cardiac transplantation --
Transmyocardial revascularization --
Cardiac rehabilitation: --
Short-term goals --
Long-term goals --
Phases of cardiac rehabilitation --
Review questions --
References --
Pulmonary physical therapy: --
Rib cage --
Lungs --
Pleurae --
Muscles of respiration --
Diaphragm --
Intercostal muscles --
Accessory muscles of inspiration --
Pulmonary system physiology and testing: --
Volumes and capacities --
Flow rates --
Mechanics of breathing --
Controls of ventilation --
Gas exchange --
Gas transport --
Exercise tolerance tests --
Sputum analysis --
Arterial blood gas --
Pulmonary pathology: --
Risk factors for pulmonary disorders --
Obstructive diseases: --
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease --
Infectious and inflammatory diseases: --
Bronchiolitis --
Pneumonia --
Mycobacterium tuberculosis --
Restrictive lung disease: --
Interstitial lung disease/pulmonary fibrosis --
Systemic sclerosis --
Chest wall disease or injury --
Pulmonary oncology --
Pulmonary vascular disease: --
Pulmonary embolism and infarct --
Pulmonary hypertension --
Pulmonary edema --
Pleural diseases and disorders: --
Pneumothorax --
Pleural effusion --
Physical therapy intervention --
Physical therapy associated with primary prevention, risk reduction, and deconditioning --
Physical therapy associated with airway clearance dysfunction --
Medical management of respiratory failure: --
Supplemental oxygen --
Mechanical ventilation --
Special considerations for certain patient populations: --
Neurologic --
spinal cord injury --
Medical and surgical intervention for pulmonary disorders --
Review questions --
References --
Integumentary physical therapy: --
Overview --
Epidermis --
Dermis --
Pathology of the skin --
Patient education --
Eczema and dermatitis: --
Exogenous (contact) dermatitis --
Endogenous (constitutional) dermatitis --
Bacterial infections: --
Bacterial infections localized to hair --
Generalized bacterial skin infections --
Viral infections: --
Herpes simplex --
Herpes zoster (singles) --
Plantar warts --
Fungal infections (tinea) --
Parasitic infections --
Melanin pigmentary disorders: --
Hypo- and depigmentation disorders --
Hyperpigmentation --
Benign dermatoses: --
Psoriasis --
Systemic sclerosis --
Discoid lupus erythematosus --
Autoimmune skin disorders: --
Scleroderma --
Polymyositis --
Skin cancer: --
Benign tumors --
Premalignant tumors --
Malignant tumors --
Ulcers: --
Pressure ulcers --
Arterial insufficiency (ischemic) ulcers --
Neuropathic ulcers --
Venous insufficiency ulcers --
Wound care --
Wound dressings --
Debridement --
Factors influencing wound healing: --
Scar management --
Therapeutic exercise --
Functional training --
Manual lymphatic drainage --
Electrotherapeutic modalities --
Physical agents and modalities --
Nonphysical therapy interventions: --
Surgery --
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy --
Burns: --
Superficial burn --
Superficial partial-thickness burn --
Deep partial-thickness burn --
Full-thickness burn --
Subdermal burn --
Electrical burn --
Burn extent --
Complications of burn injury: --
Pain --
Infection --
Cardiac complications --
Pulmonary complications --
Hypokalemia --
Hypoalbuminemia --
Metabolic complications --
Peripheral vasoconstriction --
Myoglobinuria --
Hypothermia --
Heterotopic ossification --
Hypertrophic scarring and wound contracture --
Burn healing and management: --
Upper-extremity burn wound care --
Lower-extremity burn wound care --
Scar management --
Review questions --
References --
Pathology: --
Immune system --
T Lymphocytes --
Organs of the immune system --
Autoimmune diseases --
Infectious disease: --
Types of organisms --
Infectious diseases --
Hepatitis --
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome --
Tuberculosis --
Influenza --
Departmental infection control --
Gastrointestinal system --
Hematolgic (blood) disorders: --
Hematologic dysfunction --
Physical therapy intervention for hematologic disorders --
Genitourinary: --
Water balance --
Acid-base imbalances --
Urinary tract disorders --
Urinary incontinence --
Renal disorders --
Endocrine disorders: --
Pancreas dysfunction --
Thyroid disorders --
Parathyroid disorders --
Pituitary dysfunction --
Adrenal disorders --
Metabolic disorders: --
Metabolic system pathology --
Metabolic bone disease --
Paget disease --
Obstetric and gynecology: --
Physiologic changes during pregnancy --
Complications associated with pregnancy --
Intervention --
Complex disorders: --
Chronic fatigue syndrome --
Fibromyalgia syndrome --
Myofascial pain syndrome --
Complex regional pain syndrome --
Physical therapy role in complex disorders --
Oncology: --
Staging and grading --
Psychology: --
Anxiety --
Depression --
Grief process --
Elisabeth Kubler Ross's model of grief stages --
Physical therapy approach during the grieving process --
Psychosocial pathologies: --
Affective disorders --
Bipolar disorder --
Nueroses disorders --
Dissociative disorders --
Somatoform disorders --
Schizophrenia disorders --
Review questions --
References. Pediatric physical therapy: --
Developmental milestones --
Automatic postural responses --
Primitive reflexes --
Motor control --
Motor development --
Motor development theories: --
Neural-maturationist --
Cognitive theories --
Dynamical --
Prenatal development --
Infant screening and assessment tools: --
Brazelton neonatal behavioral assessment scale --
General movement assessment --
Dubowitz neurological assessment of the preterm and full-term infant --
Movement assessment of infants --
Alberta infant motor scales --
Harris infant neuromotor test --
Comprehensive developmental assessment --
Bayley scales of infant development-2 --
Motor assessments: --
Peabody development motor scales-2 --
Bruininks Oseretsky test of motor proficiency --
Assessments designed for children with disabilities --
Gross motor function measure --
pediatric evaluation of disability inventory --
Functional independence measure for children --
Other tests: --
School function assessment --
Pediatric clinical test of sensory interaction for balance --
Role of the physical therapist assistant in the special care nursery --
Pediatric intervention strategies --
Interventions for specific conditions: --
Conditions specific to the infant --
Acquired conditions: --
Osgood-Schlatter --
Idiopathic scoliosis --
Skeletal fracture --
Little leaguer's elbow --
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis --
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis --
Leg-calve-Perthes disease --
Scheuermann disease --
Osteochondritis dissecans --
Osteogenesis imperfecta --
Asthma (hyperreactive airway disease) --
Traumatic brain injury: --
Intervention --
Congenital conditions: --
Congenital muscular Torticollis --
Cystic fibrosis --
Developmental dysplasia of the hip --
Equinovarus --
Congenital limb deficiencies --
Cerebral palsy --
Down syndrome (trisomy 21) --
Duchenne muscular dystrophy --
Spina Bifida --
Spinal muscular atrophy --
Hemophilia --
Pediatric oncology: --
Leukemia --
Neuroblastoma --
Lymphomas --
Wilms tumor --
Bone tumors --
Physical therapy role in oncology cases --
Review questions --
References --
Geriatric physical therapy: --
Aging process --
Theories of aging --
Definitions: --
Ageism --
Life span --
Life expectancy --
Senescence --
Mortality --
Morbidity --
Physiological changes and adaptations in the old adult: --
Impaired strength --
Impaired balance --
Impaired coordination --
Impaired cognition --
Pathological conditions associated with the elderly: --
Musculoskeletal disorders and diseases --
Neurologic disorders and diseases --
Cognitive disorders --
Cardiovascular disorders and diseases --
Pulmonary disorders and diseases --
Integumentary disorders and diseases --
Metabolic pathologies --
Common functional problem areas in the geriatric population: --
Immobility-disability --
Falls and instability --
Nutritional deficiency --
General principles of geriatric rehabilitation --
Ethical and legal issues: --
Living will (advanced care and medical directive) --
Review questions --
References --
Section 3: Therapeutic Procedures: --
Therapeutic exercise: --
Physiology of exercise: --
Phosphagen system --
Glycolysis system --
Oxidative system --
Measures of energy expenditure --
Measures of body composition --
Muscle fiver types --
Recruitment of motor units --
Muscle function --
Types of muscle contraction: --
Active length-tension relationship --
Passive length-tension relationship --
Force-velocity relationship --
Improving strength: --
Contraindications of strength training --
Exercise principles --
Types of exercise --
Types of resistance --
Improving muscular endurance: --
Aerobic capacity and cardiorespiratory endurance --
Techniques for improving or maintaining --
Cardiorespiratory endurance --
Improving muscle power --
Improving flexibility --
Methods of stretching --
Improving balance --
Restoring postural equilibrium --
Improving joint stabilization --
Swiss/stability ball --
Improving coordination --
Review questions --
References --
Therapeutic modalities: --
Physical agents --
Cryotherapy --
Thermotherapy --
Hydrotherapy: --
Physical properties of water --
Physiologic effects --
Whirlpool --
Contrast bath --
Aquatic therapy --
Electrotherapeutic modalities: --
Indications --
Precautions --
Contraindications --
Terminology --
Physiologic effects --
Electrical equipment care and maintenance --
Transdermal iontophoresis --
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation --
Russian current or medium-frequency alternating current --
Interferential current --
Biofeedback --
Mechanical modalities: --
Continuous passive motion --
Mechanical spinal traction --
Intermittent mechanical compression --
CryoCuff and cryopress --
Summary --
Review questions --
References --
Prosthetics and orthotics: --
Amputation: --
Levels of amputation --
Postoperative dressings --
Postoperative physical therapy --
Strength training --
Function --
Patient education --
Lower limb prosthetic designs: --
Partial foot amputations --
Phalangeal amputations --
Transphalangeal (toe disarticulation) --
Transtibial (below the knee) --
Transfemoral (above the knee) --
Hip disarticulation --
Hemipelvectomy --
Hemicorporectomy --
Prosthetic components --
Lower limb prosthetic training --
Upper limb prosthetic devices: --
Levels of upper limb amputation --
Terminal devices --
Hands --
Wrist units --
Transradial sockets --
Hinges --
Transradial harness and controls --
Elbow units --
Use of the prosthesis --
Orthotics: --
Lower limb orthoses: components/terminology --
Ankle-foot orthoses --
Knee-ankle-foot orthoses --
Hip-knee-ankle-foot orthoses --
Reciprocal gait orthoses --
Thoracic, lumbosacral orthoses --
Cervical orthoses --
Upper limb orthoses --
Summary --
Review questions --
References --
Pharmacology for the PTA: --
Pharmacotherapy: --
Musculoskeletal pharmacology --
Neurologic system pharmacology --
Cardiovascular system pharmacology --
Pulmonary system pharmacology --
Bacterial infections --
Vitamins --
Minerals --
Dietary and nutritional supplements --
Review questions --
References --
Gait and functional training: --
Terminology: --
Base of support --
Center of gravity --
Temporal parameters: --
Step length --
Stride length --
Cadence --
Gait cycle: --
Stance period --
Swing period --
Six determinates of gait --
Abnormal gait syndromes --
Gait training with assistive devices --
Stair negotiation: --
Ascending stairs --
Descending stairs --
Instructions --
Bed mobility and transfer training: --
Pulling patient up in bed --
Bed to chair transfer training --
Dependent transfers --
Assisted transfers --
Wheelchairs: --
Wheelchair measurements --
Wheelchair components --
Specialized wheelchairs --
Wheelchair training --
Review questions --
References --
Appendix A: Guide for conduct of the physical therapist assistant --
Appendix B: Standards of ethical conduct for the physical therapist assistant --
Appendix C: Standards of practice for physical therapy --
Appendix D: 24-hour clock --
Appendix E: Units of international measure --
Answer key --
Index.
Series Title: JB review.
Responsibility: Mark Dutton.
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Overview: Begin the task of studying for the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) for Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) by concentrating on those subject areas where you need the most help! Physical Therapist Assistant Exam Review Guide includes a bound-in online access code for JB TestPrep: PTA Exam Review. Both resources provide thorough exam preparation help for physical therapist assistant candidates preparing to sit for the certification exam. Physical Therapist Assistant Exam Review Guide incorporates thorough overviews of exam content consistent with the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice and the NPTE for PTAs detailing the fundamentals of the profession, the body's systems, and therapeutic procedures, and providing dedicated chapters on pediatrics, geriatrics, and pharmacology. Study questions in each chapter test reader comprehension; "Key Points" boxes highlight important information throughout; and tables and figures provide visual points of reference for learners. JB TestPrep: PTA Exam Review is a dynamic, web-based program includes interactive exam-style questions with instant feedback providing answers and explanations for review and study. Test-takers can also complete a full final exam and browse their results, including a performance analysis summary that highlights which topics require further study. All exam results are saved for later viewing to track progress and improvement. Key features: Presents detailed content overviews consistent with the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice and the NPTE content. -- Includes basic, helpful information on taking the NPTE for PTAs. -- Contains the latest AHA CPR guidelines. -- Provides a variety of exam-style questions with answers and explanations. -- Gives instant feedback to sample exams in the online program. Appendices Include: Guide For Conduct of the Physical Therapist Assistant; Standards of Ethical Conduct for the Physical Therapist Assistant -- Standards of Practice for Physical Therapy -- The 24-hour Clock; and Units of International Measure -- By the time you are done with the Physical Therapist Assistant Exam Review Guide and JB TestPrep: PTA Exam Review, you will feel confident and prepared to complete the final step in the certification process-passing the examination!

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   schema:description "Cardiovascular physical therapy: -- Peripheral circulation -- Lymphatic system -- Heart and circulation: -- Heart -- Coronary circulation and the cardiac cycle -- Electrical conduction system of the heart -- Chemical and physical influences on the heart -- Normal exercise response -- Blood pressure: -- Regulation of blood pressure -- Measurement of blood pressure -- Relevance of blood pressure to rehabilitation -- Pulse: -- Examination of heart sounds -- Examination of the heart rhythm: -- P wave -- ORS complex -- Cardiac rhythms and arrhythmias -- Heart blocks -- Exercise tolerance testing -- Borg rating of perceived exertion scale -- Basic life support/cardiopulmonary resuscitation: -- Performing CPR on a child -- Performing CPR on an infant -- Diagnostic tests: -- Left heart catheterization/coronary angiogram -- Duplex ultrasonography duplex -- Magnetic resonance venography -- Direct contrast venography -- Physiologic tests of venous function -- Doppler ultrasound -- Air plethysmorgraphy -- Chest radiograph -- Myocardial perfusion imaging -- Continuous hemodynamic monitoring -- Echocardiography -- Laboratory tests and values -- Enzyme studies -- Lipid profile -- Cellular blood elements -- Cardiovascular conditions -- Risk factors for cardiac pathology -- Peripheral arterial disease -- Arteriosclerosis -- Arteriovenous malformations -- Aortic aneurysms -- Throboangiitis obliterans -- Raynaud disease -- Hypotension -- Peripheral vascular disease: -- Deep venous insufficiency -- Superficial venous insufficiency -- Interventions for venous insufficiency -- Thrombophlebitis -- Congestive heart failure: -- Cor pulmonale -- Cardiomyopathy -- Valvular disease -- Arrhythmias -- Coronary artery disease: -- Atheroslerosis -- Angina pectoris -- Myocardial infarction -- Inflammatory conditions of the heart: -- Myocarditis -- Pericaditis -- Infective endocarditis -- Surgical interventions for cardiovascular conditions: -- Heart valve surgery -- Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty -- Coronary artery bypass graft -- Cardiac transplantation -- Transmyocardial revascularization -- Cardiac rehabilitation: -- Short-term goals -- Long-term goals -- Phases of cardiac rehabilitation -- Review questions -- References -- Pulmonary physical therapy: -- Rib cage -- Lungs -- Pleurae -- Muscles of respiration -- Diaphragm -- Intercostal muscles -- Accessory muscles of inspiration -- Pulmonary system physiology and testing: -- Volumes and capacities -- Flow rates -- Mechanics of breathing -- Controls of ventilation -- Gas exchange -- Gas transport -- Exercise tolerance tests -- Sputum analysis -- Arterial blood gas -- Pulmonary pathology: -- Risk factors for pulmonary disorders -- Obstructive diseases: -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- Infectious and inflammatory diseases: -- Bronchiolitis -- Pneumonia -- Mycobacterium tuberculosis -- Restrictive lung disease: -- Interstitial lung disease/pulmonary fibrosis -- Systemic sclerosis -- Chest wall disease or injury -- Pulmonary oncology -- Pulmonary vascular disease: -- Pulmonary embolism and infarct -- Pulmonary hypertension -- Pulmonary edema -- Pleural diseases and disorders: -- Pneumothorax -- Pleural effusion -- Physical therapy intervention -- Physical therapy associated with primary prevention, risk reduction, and deconditioning -- Physical therapy associated with airway clearance dysfunction -- Medical management of respiratory failure: -- Supplemental oxygen -- Mechanical ventilation -- Special considerations for certain patient populations: -- Neurologic -- spinal cord injury -- Medical and surgical intervention for pulmonary disorders -- Review questions -- References -- Integumentary physical therapy: -- Overview -- Epidermis -- Dermis -- Pathology of the skin -- Patient education -- Eczema and dermatitis: -- Exogenous (contact) dermatitis -- Endogenous (constitutional) dermatitis -- Bacterial infections: -- Bacterial infections localized to hair -- Generalized bacterial skin infections -- Viral infections: -- Herpes simplex -- Herpes zoster (singles) -- Plantar warts -- Fungal infections (tinea) -- Parasitic infections -- Melanin pigmentary disorders: -- Hypo- and depigmentation disorders -- Hyperpigmentation -- Benign dermatoses: -- Psoriasis -- Systemic sclerosis -- Discoid lupus erythematosus -- Autoimmune skin disorders: -- Scleroderma -- Polymyositis -- Skin cancer: -- Benign tumors -- Premalignant tumors -- Malignant tumors -- Ulcers: -- Pressure ulcers -- Arterial insufficiency (ischemic) ulcers -- Neuropathic ulcers -- Venous insufficiency ulcers -- Wound care -- Wound dressings -- Debridement -- Factors influencing wound healing: -- Scar management -- Therapeutic exercise -- Functional training -- Manual lymphatic drainage -- Electrotherapeutic modalities -- Physical agents and modalities -- Nonphysical therapy interventions: -- Surgery -- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy -- Burns: -- Superficial burn -- Superficial partial-thickness burn -- Deep partial-thickness burn -- Full-thickness burn -- Subdermal burn -- Electrical burn -- Burn extent -- Complications of burn injury: -- Pain -- Infection -- Cardiac complications -- Pulmonary complications -- Hypokalemia -- Hypoalbuminemia -- Metabolic complications -- Peripheral vasoconstriction -- Myoglobinuria -- Hypothermia -- Heterotopic ossification -- Hypertrophic scarring and wound contracture -- Burn healing and management: -- Upper-extremity burn wound care -- Lower-extremity burn wound care -- Scar management -- Review questions -- References -- Pathology: -- Immune system -- T Lymphocytes -- Organs of the immune system -- Autoimmune diseases -- Infectious disease: -- Types of organisms -- Infectious diseases -- Hepatitis -- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome -- Tuberculosis -- Influenza -- Departmental infection control -- Gastrointestinal system -- Hematolgic (blood) disorders: -- Hematologic dysfunction -- Physical therapy intervention for hematologic disorders -- Genitourinary: -- Water balance -- Acid-base imbalances -- Urinary tract disorders -- Urinary incontinence -- Renal disorders -- Endocrine disorders: -- Pancreas dysfunction -- Thyroid disorders -- Parathyroid disorders -- Pituitary dysfunction -- Adrenal disorders -- Metabolic disorders: -- Metabolic system pathology -- Metabolic bone disease -- Paget disease -- Obstetric and gynecology: -- Physiologic changes during pregnancy -- Complications associated with pregnancy -- Intervention -- Complex disorders: -- Chronic fatigue syndrome -- Fibromyalgia syndrome -- Myofascial pain syndrome -- Complex regional pain syndrome -- Physical therapy role in complex disorders -- Oncology: -- Staging and grading -- Psychology: -- Anxiety -- Depression -- Grief process -- Elisabeth Kubler Ross's model of grief stages -- Physical therapy approach during the grieving process -- Psychosocial pathologies: -- Affective disorders -- Bipolar disorder -- Nueroses disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Somatoform disorders -- Schizophrenia disorders -- Review questions -- References."@en ;
   schema:description "Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Reviewers -- Section 1: Profession: -- Fundamentals: -- Guide to physical therapist practice -- Members of the healthcare team -- Practice settings -- Models of disablement -- Five elements of patient/client management: -- Examination -- Evaluation -- Diagnosis -- Prognosis and plan of care -- Intervention -- Cultural influences -- Patient education: -- Motivation -- Maslow's hierarchy of needs -- Theories of learning -- Domains of learning -- Types of learners -- Practice and feedback -- Education -- Specific approaches for education -- Documentation -- Infection control -- Patient safety -- Vital signs: -- Temperature -- Heart rate -- Respiratory rate -- Blood pressure -- Pain -- First Aid -- Laboratory tests and values -- Pharmacology -- Abbreviations -- Imaging studies: -- Conventional (plain film) radiography -- Arthrography -- Myelography -- Discography -- Angiography -- Computed tomography -- CT myelogram -- Magnetic resonance imaging -- Radionucleotide scanning -- Review questions -- References -- Healthcare administration: -- Private health insurance -- Independent health plans: -- Managed care plans -- Preferred provider organizations -- Health maintenance organizations -- Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) -- Government health insurance: -- Medicare -- Medicaid -- HCFA Common Procedural Coding System -- International classification of disease codes -- Fee-for-service -- Workers' compensation -- Consumer-driven healthcare programs -- Controlling quality of care: -- Fiscal regulations -- Certificate of need regulations -- Patient Self-Determination Act -- Accreditation -- Health professionals regulation -- Health insurance regulation -- Access-related insurance regulations -- Voluntary accreditation -- Health Insurance And Portability Accountability Act -- HIPAA Privacy Rule -- Ethical issues: -- Malpractice -- Sexual harassment -- Informed consent -- Americans With Disabilities Act -- Statutory laws: -- Individuals With Disabilities Education Act -- Licensure -- Workers' Compensation Acts -- Review questions -- References -- Research and evidence-based practice: -- Research: -- Variables -- Levels of measurement -- Data collection and sampling techniques -- Measures of central tendency -- Measures of variation -- Measures of position -- Normal distribution -- Evidence-based practice: -- Hierarchy of evidence -- Outcome measurement tools -- Review questions -- References -- Section 2: Review Of Systems: -- Musculoskeletal physical therapy: -- Components of the musculoskeletal system: -- Bone -- Fascia -- Tendon -- Ligaments -- Muscle -- Cartilage -- Joint -- Joint receptors -- Anatomy of specific joints: -- Shoulder complex -- Elbow complex -- Wrist and hand -- Hip -- Knee joint complex -- Ankle and foot joint complex -- Craniovertebral joints -- Cervical spine -- Temporomandibular joint -- Thoracic spine and rib cage -- Lumbar spine -- Sacroiliac joint -- Kinesiology: -- Directional terms -- Movements of the body segments -- Levers -- Osteokinematics -- Degrees of freedom -- Arthrokinematics -- Close-packed and open-packed positions of the joint -- Capsular and noncapsular patterns of restriction -- Musculoskeletal injury and repair: -- Muscle injuries -- Tendon injuries -- Ligament injury -- Musculoskeletal tissue healing -- Articular cartilage injury and disease -- Musculoskeletal data collection: -- Range of motion -- End feels -- Leg length assessment -- Manual muscle testing -- Deep tendon reflexes -- Upper and lower quarter screens -- Posture analysis -- Palpation -- Girth measurement -- Joint mobility -- Special tests -- Musculoskeletal pathologies: -- Fractures -- Bursitis -- Degenerative joint disease -- Rheumatoid arthritis -- Systemic lupus erythematosus -- Ankylosing spondylitis -- Psoriatic arthritis -- Gout -- Fibromyalgia -- Achilles tendinitis -- Rupture of the Achilles tendon -- Acromioclavicular joint injuries -- Adhesive capsulitis -- Ankle sprains -- Anterior cruciate ligament tear -- Bicipital tendinitis -- Carpal tunnel syndrome -- DeQuervain tenosynovitis -- Epicondylitis -- Finger injuries -- Groin pain -- Hallux valgus -- Lumbar herniated nucleus pulposus -- Iliotibial band friction syndrome -- Medical collateral ligament sprain -- Meniscal injuries -- Osteoarthritis -- Patella tendinitis -- Patellofemoral dysfunction -- Plantar fasciitis -- Rotator cuff tendinitis -- Scaphoid fracture -- Spinal stenosis (degenerative) -- Spondylolysis/spondylolisthesis -- Temporomandibular joint disorders -- Thoracic outlet syndrome -- Wrist fractures -- Orthopedic surgical repairs: -- Spinal surgery -- Total joint replacement -- Review questions -- References -- Neuromuscular physical therapy: -- Basic anatomy and physiology -- Nervous system organization -- Central nervous system: -- Brain -- Spinal cord -- Peripheral nervous system: -- Autonomic nervous system -- Somatic nervous system -- Nerves of the somatic nervous system -- Cranial nerves -- Spinal nerves -- Peripheral nerves -- Cervical nerves and the brachial plexus -- From the trunks -- Thoracic nerves -- Reflexes: -- Monosynaptic reflex -- Superficial reflexes -- Pathologic reflexes -- Patterned behavioral reflexes -- Supraspinal reflexes Protective reflexes -- Proprioception: -- Balance -- Kinesthesia -- Neuromuscular examination: -- Levels of consciousness -- Upper and lower quarter scanning examination -- Cranial nerve examination -- Reflex testing -- Diagnostic procedures: -- Cerebral angiography -- Computed tomography -- Electroencephalography -- Electromyogram -- Evoked potential -- Lumbar puncture -- Magnetic resonance imaging -- Magnetic resonance angiography -- Myelography -- Positron emission tomography -- Ventriculography -- Electronystagmorgraphy -- Neurologic dysfunction -- Infectious diseases: -- Meningitis -- Encephalitis -- Neural injuries and noninfectious diseases: -- Cerebrovascular accident -- Transient ischemic attack -- Cerebral aneurysm -- Traumatic brain injury -- Spinal cord injury -- Syringomyelia -- Cauda equine syndrome -- Neurodegenerative and inflammatory disorders -- Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies -- Epilepsy -- Cerebellar disorders -- Vestibular disorders -- Basal ganglia disorders -- Cranial and peripheral nerve disorders -- Herniated lumbar disc -- Herpes zoster -- Motor learning: -- Stages of motor learning -- Practice and feedback -- Theories of neurological rehabilitation -- Constraint-induced movement therapy -- Task-oriented approaches -- Rood's concept of levels of control -- Impairment-focused interventions -- Brunnstorm approach: movement therapy in hemiplegia -- Integrated approach -- Cognitive rehabilitation -- Management strategies for specific conditions: -- Strategies to manage hypertonia -- Strategies to manage hypotonia -- Review questions -- References."@en ;
   schema:description "Pediatric physical therapy: -- Developmental milestones -- Automatic postural responses -- Primitive reflexes -- Motor control -- Motor development -- Motor development theories: -- Neural-maturationist -- Cognitive theories -- Dynamical -- Prenatal development -- Infant screening and assessment tools: -- Brazelton neonatal behavioral assessment scale -- General movement assessment -- Dubowitz neurological assessment of the preterm and full-term infant -- Movement assessment of infants -- Alberta infant motor scales -- Harris infant neuromotor test -- Comprehensive developmental assessment -- Bayley scales of infant development-2 -- Motor assessments: -- Peabody development motor scales-2 -- Bruininks Oseretsky test of motor proficiency -- Assessments designed for children with disabilities -- Gross motor function measure -- pediatric evaluation of disability inventory -- Functional independence measure for children -- Other tests: -- School function assessment -- Pediatric clinical test of sensory interaction for balance -- Role of the physical therapist assistant in the special care nursery -- Pediatric intervention strategies -- Interventions for specific conditions: -- Conditions specific to the infant -- Acquired conditions: -- Osgood-Schlatter -- Idiopathic scoliosis -- Skeletal fracture -- Little leaguer's elbow -- Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis -- Slipped capital femoral epiphysis -- Leg-calve-Perthes disease -- Scheuermann disease -- Osteochondritis dissecans -- Osteogenesis imperfecta -- Asthma (hyperreactive airway disease) -- Traumatic brain injury: -- Intervention -- Congenital conditions: -- Congenital muscular Torticollis -- Cystic fibrosis -- Developmental dysplasia of the hip -- Equinovarus -- Congenital limb deficiencies -- Cerebral palsy -- Down syndrome (trisomy 21) -- Duchenne muscular dystrophy -- Spina Bifida -- Spinal muscular atrophy -- Hemophilia -- Pediatric oncology: -- Leukemia -- Neuroblastoma -- Lymphomas -- Wilms tumor -- Bone tumors -- Physical therapy role in oncology cases -- Review questions -- References -- Geriatric physical therapy: -- Aging process -- Theories of aging -- Definitions: -- Ageism -- Life span -- Life expectancy -- Senescence -- Mortality -- Morbidity -- Physiological changes and adaptations in the old adult: -- Impaired strength -- Impaired balance -- Impaired coordination -- Impaired cognition -- Pathological conditions associated with the elderly: -- Musculoskeletal disorders and diseases -- Neurologic disorders and diseases -- Cognitive disorders -- Cardiovascular disorders and diseases -- Pulmonary disorders and diseases -- Integumentary disorders and diseases -- Metabolic pathologies -- Common functional problem areas in the geriatric population: -- Immobility-disability -- Falls and instability -- Nutritional deficiency -- General principles of geriatric rehabilitation -- Ethical and legal issues: -- Living will (advanced care and medical directive) -- Review questions -- References -- Section 3: Therapeutic Procedures: -- Therapeutic exercise: -- Physiology of exercise: -- Phosphagen system -- Glycolysis system -- Oxidative system -- Measures of energy expenditure -- Measures of body composition -- Muscle fiver types -- Recruitment of motor units -- Muscle function -- Types of muscle contraction: -- Active length-tension relationship -- Passive length-tension relationship -- Force-velocity relationship -- Improving strength: -- Contraindications of strength training -- Exercise principles -- Types of exercise -- Types of resistance -- Improving muscular endurance: -- Aerobic capacity and cardiorespiratory endurance -- Techniques for improving or maintaining -- Cardiorespiratory endurance -- Improving muscle power -- Improving flexibility -- Methods of stretching -- Improving balance -- Restoring postural equilibrium -- Improving joint stabilization -- Swiss/stability ball -- Improving coordination -- Review questions -- References -- Therapeutic modalities: -- Physical agents -- Cryotherapy -- Thermotherapy -- Hydrotherapy: -- Physical properties of water -- Physiologic effects -- Whirlpool -- Contrast bath -- Aquatic therapy -- Electrotherapeutic modalities: -- Indications -- Precautions -- Contraindications -- Terminology -- Physiologic effects -- Electrical equipment care and maintenance -- Transdermal iontophoresis -- Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation -- Russian current or medium-frequency alternating current -- Interferential current -- Biofeedback -- Mechanical modalities: -- Continuous passive motion -- Mechanical spinal traction -- Intermittent mechanical compression -- CryoCuff and cryopress -- Summary -- Review questions -- References -- Prosthetics and orthotics: -- Amputation: -- Levels of amputation -- Postoperative dressings -- Postoperative physical therapy -- Strength training -- Function -- Patient education -- Lower limb prosthetic designs: -- Partial foot amputations -- Phalangeal amputations -- Transphalangeal (toe disarticulation) -- Transtibial (below the knee) -- Transfemoral (above the knee) -- Hip disarticulation -- Hemipelvectomy -- Hemicorporectomy -- Prosthetic components -- Lower limb prosthetic training -- Upper limb prosthetic devices: -- Levels of upper limb amputation -- Terminal devices -- Hands -- Wrist units -- Transradial sockets -- Hinges -- Transradial harness and controls -- Elbow units -- Use of the prosthesis -- Orthotics: -- Lower limb orthoses: components/terminology -- Ankle-foot orthoses -- Knee-ankle-foot orthoses -- Hip-knee-ankle-foot orthoses -- Reciprocal gait orthoses -- Thoracic, lumbosacral orthoses -- Cervical orthoses -- Upper limb orthoses -- Summary -- Review questions -- References -- Pharmacology for the PTA: -- Pharmacotherapy: -- Musculoskeletal pharmacology -- Neurologic system pharmacology -- Cardiovascular system pharmacology -- Pulmonary system pharmacology -- Bacterial infections -- Vitamins -- Minerals -- Dietary and nutritional supplements -- Review questions -- References -- Gait and functional training: -- Terminology: -- Base of support -- Center of gravity -- Temporal parameters: -- Step length -- Stride length -- Cadence -- Gait cycle: -- Stance period -- Swing period -- Six determinates of gait -- Abnormal gait syndromes -- Gait training with assistive devices -- Stair negotiation: -- Ascending stairs -- Descending stairs -- Instructions -- Bed mobility and transfer training: -- Pulling patient up in bed -- Bed to chair transfer training -- Dependent transfers -- Assisted transfers -- Wheelchairs: -- Wheelchair measurements -- Wheelchair components -- Specialized wheelchairs -- Wheelchair training -- Review questions -- References -- Appendix A: Guide for conduct of the physical therapist assistant -- Appendix B: Standards of ethical conduct for the physical therapist assistant -- Appendix C: Standards of practice for physical therapy -- Appendix D: 24-hour clock -- Appendix E: Units of international measure -- Answer key -- Index."@en ;
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