Physiotherapist's Pocketbook: Essential Facts at Your Fingertips 3rd Revised edition [Pehme köide]

, (Department of Physiotherapy Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Nhs Trust)
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, Approx. 200 illustrations
  • Sari: Physiotherapy Pocketbooks
  • Ilmumisaeg: 15-Jul-2017
  • Kirjastus: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • ISBN-10: 0702055069
  • ISBN-13: 9780702055065
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, Approx. 200 illustrations
  • Sari: Physiotherapy Pocketbooks
  • Ilmumisaeg: 15-Jul-2017
  • Kirjastus: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • ISBN-10: 0702055069
  • ISBN-13: 9780702055065
Teised raamatud teemal:
  • A to Z list of pathologies
  • Contraindications to treatment
  • Pharmacology section with over 150 drugs described
  • Biochemical and haematological values
  • Common abbreviations

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On clinical placement, it's an invaluable aid to keep in the pocket "This pocket sized book is an absolute gem for the new student physiotherapist. It is packed full of the basic (and some more advanced) facts that you learn and put in to practice during early lectures and placements. In fact I'm sure it's a handy reminder even for experienced physiotherapists every now and then. The plastic cover and size make the book both convenient and hard wearing and therefore ideal to keep in your pocket and use day to day. The layout into Respiratory, Neurological, Pharmacology and Musculoskeletal sections make for easy referencing and finding facts quickly and efficiently. This is aided further by the appendices and clear diagrams and illustrations. Colour coded text hightlighting titles from facts makes for easy browsing and information finding. Anatomy, specific tests, brain regions, dermatomes and myotomes, muscles and bones and common conditions are all covered in this goldmine of information. I can't fault this book in anyway when it comes to covering the basics of the knowledge and skills the physiotherapist needs and utilises day to day." Nicholas Downing, Physiotherapy student, University of Birmingham

Preface ix
SECTION 1 Neuromusculoskeletal Anatomy
1(90)
Musculoskeletal anatomy illustrations
2(27)
Nerve pathways
29(16)
Brachial plexus
45(1)
Lumbosacral plexus
46(1)
Peripheral nerve motor innervation
47(6)
Muscle innervation chart
53(6)
Muscles listed by function
59(3)
Alphabetical listing of muscles
62(27)
References and Further Reading
89(2)
SECTION 2 Neuromusculoskeletal Assessment
91(88)
Peripheral nerve sensory innervation
93(2)
Dermatomes
95(1)
Myotomes
96(1)
Reflexes
96(2)
Key features of upper and lower motor neurone lesions
98(1)
The Medical Research Council scale for muscle power
99(1)
Common locations for palpation of pulses
100(1)
Common musculoskeletal tests
101(19)
Common vascular tests
120(1)
Neurological tests
121(3)
Neurodynamic tests
124(8)
Cranial nerves
132(4)
Glossary of terms used to evaluate clinical tests
136(2)
Common postures
138(7)
Trigger points
145(12)
Normal joint range of movement
157(2)
Average range of segmental movement
159(2)
Close packed positions and capsular patterns for selected joints
161(1)
Classification of ligament and muscle sprains
162(1)
Windows of achievement for gross motor developmental milestones
163(1)
Joint hypermobility assessment
164(2)
Complex regional pain syndrome
166(1)
Distribution of referred pain
167(1)
Red flags
168(2)
Psychosocial yellow flags
170(4)
Musculoskeletal assessment
174(2)
References and further reading
176(3)
SECTION 3 Neurology
179(28)
Neuroanatomy illustrations
180(5)
Signs and symptoms of cerebrovascular lesions
185(4)
Signs and symptoms of injury to the lobes of the brain
189(3)
Signs and symptoms of haemorrhage to other areas of the brain
192(2)
Functional implications of spinal cord injury
194(3)
Glossary of neurological terms
197(5)
Modified Ashworth scale
202(1)
Neurological assessment
202(3)
References and further reading
205(2)
SECTION 4 Respiratory
207(58)
Respiratory anatomy illustrations
208(4)
Respiratory volumes and capacities
212(3)
Chest X-rays
215(3)
Auscultation
218(2)
Abnormal breathing patterns
220(1)
Percussion note
221(1)
Sputum analysis
221(1)
Clubbing
222(2)
Capillary refill test
224(1)
Differential diagnosis of chest pain
224(4)
Arterial blood gas analysis
228(2)
Respiratory failure
230(1)
Nasal cannula
231(1)
Common modes of mechanical ventilation
231(3)
Cardiorespiratory monitoring
234(3)
ECGs
237(7)
Biochemical and haematological studies
244(7)
Treatment techniques
251(6)
Tracheostomies
257(3)
Respiratory assessment
260(3)
References and Further Reading
263(2)
SECTION 5 Pathology
265(46)
Alphabetical listing of pathologies
266(40)
Diagnostic imaging
306(5)
SECTION 6 Pharmacology
311(48)
Drug classes
312(42)
Prescription abbreviations
354(1)
Further Reading
355(4)
APPENDIX 1
359(6)
Laboratory values
359(2)
Conversions and units
361(4)
APPENDIX 2
365(18)
Acronyms and Abbreviations
365(13)
Prefixes and suffixes
378(5)
APPENDIX 3
383(4)
National Early Warning Score (NEWS2) for the acutely ill or deteriorating patient
383(2)
Clinical response to the NEWS2 trigger thresholds
385(2)
APPENDIX 4
387(2)
Adult Basic Life Support Sequence
387(1)
Paediatric Basic Life Support Algorithm
388(1)
Index 389
BSc(Hons), BA(Hons), MCSP, Department of Physiotherapy,Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.