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In regard to what happens at the knee, what do the quadracepts and the hamstrings do at the knee?
Quads = extend the leg at the kneeHams = bend the leg at the knee
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What position is most susceptible to injury in the knee and how do the bones around the knee move during this action?
– Fully extended will see slight extension of tibia on the femur (tibia glides post., externally rotates on femur, injury prone) – This position is most suscept. to injury
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Which of the following is a characteristic of the anatomic position? -extending the arms upward, bending the knees, standing up straight so the body is erect, turning the palms of the hands toward the back
Standing up straight so the body is erect
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What are the bursae of the knee
– lateral subtendinous bursa of gastrocnemius muscle – Suprapatellar (synovial) bursa – Subcutaneous infrapatellar bursa
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A nurse is caring for a client who is postoperative. To prevent formation of thrombi in the postoperative period, the nurse should do which of the following? A. Change the clients position every four hours. B. Have the client perform dorsal and plantar flexion of the feet every hour. C. Place the client in bed with a pillow under the knees. D. Assess pedal and posterior tibial pulses every two hours.
B. Have the client perform dorsal and plantar flexion of the feet every hour.
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While performing the McMurray test on a patient who has swelling at the knee joint, the nurse feels a click. Which complication does the nurse suspect in the patient?
A *torn meniscus* is damage to the cartilage present at the knee joint. This may cause swelling and pain at the site. The nurse holds the heel of the patient and asks the patient to flex the knee and hip. A positive McMurray test or a click sound while performing the McMurray test indicates a torn meniscus.
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What are considerations to take before doing OMM on the knee
Imptortant to determine if somatic dysfxn in knee is orthopedically stable before doing OMT – need to rule out gross asymmetry – TART dx can be present w/ligament tear and tissue disruption = *restriction motion is a good sign of somatic dysfxn (while excessive motion is an actual orthopedic injury) –> “Too loose” (“empty” end-feel) = orthopedic “Too tight” (a barrier) = need to know –> “Too tight everywhere” (matched direction capsular pattern) =rheumatologic/pathology –> “Tight-free” barrier pattern = somatic dysfunction “Just right” *
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To prevent thromboembolism in the postoperative client, the nurse should include which of the following in the plan of care? a) Splint the incision when ambulating. b) Assist the client with deep breathing. c) Place a pillow under the knees. d) Assist with oral fluid intake.
Assist with oral fluid intake. Correct Explanation: Dehydration, immobility, and pressure on leg veins promote venous stasis, which can lead to thromboembolism.
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The lateral side of the right knee would be: a. the kneecap b. closest to the left knee c. farthest from the left knee d. on the underside of the knee
C Something that is lateral is toward the outer side of the body. The side of the right knee farthest from th left knee would fit this description
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He wanted to see the knees of his trousers
Why did Holmes want to see Mr. Spaulding after speaking to Jabez Wilson?
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