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Darren Farr
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Alexander Rose
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Aiden Simmons
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What cost-sharing applies to a Medicare beneficiary who did NOT have an immediately proceding admission at an acute care hospital AND resides in a LTCH for 90 days?
“Inpatient deductible for the 90 day benefit period, Daily coinsurance payment for days 61-90.”
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72 y.o. female who had a fall at home when getting up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. She is in the acute care hospital 2 days s/p R THR. Her doctor has ordered PWB (40lbs) on right. B UE and LLE strength is WNL. Instruct in gait training with appropriate assistive device and appropriate gait pattern.
GP: 3 point mod. gait AD: rolling walker walker
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A patient treated in an acute care hospital one day ago is not able to attend a scheduled physical therapy session due to suspected critical limb ischemia. Which symptoms is MOST commonly associated with this condition? A) severe pain in the legs and feet at rest B) increased temperature in the lower leg and foot C) bounding LE peripheral pulses D) flaking skin on the legs with brownish discoloration
A) severe pain in the legs and feet at rest (See pg. 764 for explanation)
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A client arrives at the speech-pathology clinic at an acute care hospital with complaints of “a change in voice.” After comprehensive endoscopic evaluation, the speech-language pathologist (SLP) notes that the deficit is most likely not one of resonance due to problems of velopharyngeal closure, as this client exhibits “the most common pattern of velopharyngeal closure.” Which of the following BEST describes this client’s pattern of closure? A. Circular pattern with approximately equal activity of the velum, lateral pharyngeal walls and posterior pharyngeal wall B. Coronal pattern with the velum contacting the pharyngeal wall C. Sagittal pattern with medial pharyngeal wall motion as the primary contributor to closure D. Circular patten with a Passavant’s ridge
B. Coronal pattern with the velum contacting the pharyngeal wall
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An acute care hospital has declared a three year moratorium on building due to uncertainty about economic and demographic shifts in it local area. This is an example of:
general acute care hospital
a hospital that treats all conditions that require a relatively short hospitalization (e.g., less than 30 days)
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_______ encounters are physician interactions with patients who have not been formally admitted to a healthcare institution, such as an acute care hospital, long-term care facility, or rehabilitation facility.
Outpatient
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The administration of an acute care hospital invites the owner of local comprehensive rehabilitation facility to serve as a voting member on the hospital’s areawide planning commission. In this way the hospital is “sharing” its power by absorbing new leadership. This is an example of:
formal co-optation
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The charge nurse working the 3 to 11 shift of a 24-bed medical unit in a large acute care hospital is making assignments. Currently, there are 20 clients on the unit and 4 admissions are scheduled to arrive during the shift. Besides the charge nurse, the staff consists of two experienced practical nurses (PN) and one unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP) who has worked on the unit for 10 years. Taking into consideration the acuity of each client, which distribution of clients is the best assignment for the nurse to make? A. 10 clients and 2 admissions to each of the PNs. Have the UAP take all vital signs and collect all I&Os. B. 10 clients to each of the PNs. Have the UAP take vital signs. The charge nurse takes the 4 new admissions. C. 8 clients to each of the PNs, 4 clients to the charge nurse, and the 4 admissions to the UAP. D. 8 clients to each of the PNs, 4 admissions to the charge nurse, and 4 low-acuity clients to the UAP.
_______ encounters are physician interactions with patients who have been formally admitted to a healthcare facility, such as an acute care hospital, long-term care facility, or rehabilitation facility.
Inpatient
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