Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Adults with Hip Replacement/Fracture (Practice Guidelines Series)
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Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Adults with Hip Replacement/Fracture (Practice Guidelines Series)

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Published by American Occupational Therapy Association, In .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Allied Health Services - Occupational Therapy,
  • Medical / Nursing

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Edition Notes

ContributionsAota (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12191466M
ISBN 101569000476
ISBN 109781569000472

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hip fractures through the emergency department. 2. Patients with hip fractures require multidisciplinary care, led by orthogeriatricians. 3. Surgery is the best analgesic for hip fractures. 4. Surgical repair of hip fractures should occur within 48 hours of hospital admission. 5. Surgery and anaesthesia must be undertaken by appropriately. Physical Therapy Management of Older Adults with Hip Fracture: Clinical Practice Guideline Combined Sections Meeting Contributors to the Hip Fracture CPG Marcie Harris‐Hayes, PT, DPT, MSCI Tom Herring, DPT Kathleen Mangione, PT, PhD, FAPTA Morten Tange Kristensen, PT, PhD Christine M. McDonough, PT, PhD.   Physical and Occupational Therapy Guidelines. PTOT Utilization Management Policy Physical Therapy and Hip Fracture, With or Without ORIF PTOT Tendinopathy (non-OA, non-surgical) Occupational Therapy The practice of Occupational Therapy means the therapeutic use of occupations.   Offer immediate analgesia to patients presenting at hospital with suspected hip fracture, including people with cognitive impairment. [] Ensure analgesia is sufficient to allow movements necessary for investigations (as indicated by the ability to tolerate passive external rotation of the leg), and for nursing care and rehabilitation.