Non-Systems_CPM/Massage/Tilt Table

  1. Contraindications for CPM - 2
    • Thrombophlebitis or DVT
    • INC in pain, edema or inflammation following treatment
  2. CPM golas - 7
    • INC rate of cartilage regeneration & tendon/ligament healing
    • DEC edema and joint effusion
    • Minimize contractures
    • DEC postop pain
    • INC synovial fluid lubrication of joint
    • Improve circulation
    • INC joint ROM
  3. CPM treatment time
    As little as 1 hr 3x/day up to 24 continuous hrs for 1-3 weeks or until therapeutic goals are met
  4. CPM optimal Knee ROM
    110-120
  5. CPM treatment ROM protocol
    20-40 deg of flexion INC by 5-10 deg as tolerated
  6. CPM rate of motion
    1-4 min cycles
  7. Contraindications for massage - 11
    • Acute inflammation or febrile condition
    • Severe atherosclerosis or varicose veins
    • Phlebitis and thrombophlebitis
    • Areas of recent surgery
    • Cardiac arrhythmia or heart failure
    • Malignancy
    • Hypersensitivity
    • Severe rheumatoid arthritis
    • Hemorrhage in area
    • Edema secondary to kidney dysfunction
    • Venous insufficiency
  8. Massage - effleurage parameters - 3
    • Light strokes toward heart
    • Shingles - alternating hands
    • 3 stroke - follow mm orientation - great for Traps
  9. Massage - indications for effleurage - 1
    @ beginning and end of session for relaxation
  10. Kneading massage aids in what?
    Loosening adhesions and increasing venous return
  11. Massage - indications for Localized Friction massage
    Scars
  12. Massage - indications for Deep Friction massage - 2
    • Chronic inflammation
    • Overuse injury
  13. Massage - indications for Tapotement - 2
    • Stimulation (peripheral nns)
    • INC circulation
  14. Massage - petrissage - direction
    Distal to proximal
  15. Massage - indications for petrissage - 3
    • Loosen adhesions
    • Improve lymphatic return
    • Facilitate removal of metabolic waste
  16. Massage is best done at what temp?
    72-75 deg
  17. Tilt table is used to deal with what?
    • Orthostatic hypotension
    • Preventive measure for osteoporosis
  18. For tilt table what are indications to return the patient to a more horizontal position?
    • Drop in BP
    • Diaphoresis (excessive sweating)
    • Agitation
  19. Indications for tilt table - 4
    • Prolonged bed rest
    • Immobilization
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Head injury
  20. Contraindications for tilt table - 2
    • Unstable fractures
    • Confused or anxious patient
Author
Tanuisha
ID
321061
Card Set
Non-Systems_CPM/Massage/Tilt Table
Description
CPM/Massage/Tilt Table
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