If a patient has undergone spinal surgery or suspected to have spinal injury should never be rolled on their weak side.
What is rolling a patient?
Logrolling is a common patient care procedure which is performed by many health care workers. The purpose of logrolling or rolling a patient is to maintain alignment of the patient's spine while turning and moving the patient who has had spinal surgery or suspected or documented of any spinal injury.
If the patient is lying on their weak side. It is advised to keep the weak arm placed away from the body before turning the patient over or rolling over the patient. Rolling the patient onto the side, allows the body to rest on the pillows. Slide the weak shoulder forward to avoid excessive pressure over the shoulder. Place a pillow between the patient's legs.
Which of the FITT principles discuss the effort level of the exercise?A. Frequency B. Intensity C. Time D. Type
The answer is frequency.
According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, those who consume alcoholic beverages should do so in moderation. Which of the following statements is true?a. A moderate intake is 1 or fewer servings per day for women. b. Beer is not considered an alcoholic beverage because it is mostly water. c. An average serving of red wine is 1.6 ounces per glass. d. To be considered an alcoholic beverage, distilled spirits must be at least 180 proof.
I believe the answer is A. A moderate intake is 1 or fewer servings per day
Women typically weigh less than men and less body weight means it's easier to get intoxicated.
You have learned the importance and benefits of weight training and cardio vascular activity. Decide which athlete might use the least amount of weight training in his her preparation
The correct answer should be cross-country runner
Cross-country runners don't have a primary goal of building muscle mass, but rather building stamina and endurance and perfecting their technique in order to ensure constant regulated breathing and how to run as properly as possible.
The athlete that would use the least amount of weight training in their preparation would be a D) Cross-country runner.
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Contentious BonesA Case Study on the Skeletal System WH Cliff and AW Wright Your 80 year-old great aunt, Persis, was placing a canning jar on the top shelf of her pantry when she stepped awkwardly off the stool and twisted her leg at the hip. She felt a sharp pain in her hip and, after collapsing to the floor, found she could no longer stand. She was taken to the emergency room where an X ray showed that the neck of her femur was fractured. More detailed X ray images revealed reduced bone mass in the head and neck regions of the injured femur, in the ends of other long bones of the body and in the vertebrae. Surgery was necessary to repair the fractured femur and a biopsy of the bone tissue indicated that the composition of the osteoid was normal. Healing of the fractured femur is proceeding slowly. 1. What organ(s) is(are) involved? 2. What primary tissue type is involved? 3. What specific type of tissue is affected? Trabeculae tissue 4. What specific types of cells produce the normal microanatomy of the tissue? 5a. What is the significance of your great aunt's age and gender?
The condition is the disorder due to osteoporosis.
1. The skeletal system is the organs that is involved.
2. bone tissue or spongy tissue is the primary tissue.
3. cancellous tissue or Trabeculae tissue the specific tissue that is involved in this case. the trabeculae tissues are thin and are disconnected from each other that makes it thin and porous
4. osteocytes and osteoclasts
5. the age of grand aunt as progresses there is increase in resorptive activity and menopauseleads to low estrogen levels auses low bone density
Biology - Understanding the impact of age and gender on bone health.
1. The organ involved in this case is the skeletal system, specifically the bones.
2. The primary tissue type involved is connective tissue.
3. The specific type of tissue affected is the trabecular bone tissue.
4. The specific types of cells that produce the normal microanatomy of trabecular bone tissue are osteoblasts, osteocytes, and osteoclasts.
5. The significance of your great aunt's age and gender is that as she ages, the density and strength of her bones decrease, making them more prone to fractures.
What do infants prefer to look at?O lights O dark colors O human faces and expressions O light colors
Answer: human faces and expressions
Infants, especially in early months, prefer looking at human faces and expressions more than other visual stimuli like light or dark colors. This preference aids in bonding, caregiver recognition, and social interaction. However, as infants grow and their perceptual abilities develop, their visual preferences may change.
Infants, particularly those in their early months, have been shown through various scientific studies to prefer looking at human faces and expressions compared to other visual stimuli. This preference can be attributed to an inherent mechanism in their developmental process, which aids in bonding, recognition of caregivers, and social interaction. Unlike light or dark colors, details of human faces provide infants with complex patterns and expressions that attract their gaze. However, it should be noted that infants' visual preferences might change and become more complex as they grow and their perceptual abilities develop.