This new resource instructs students and clinicians in splint fabrication techniques and related interventions for the upper extremity, and highlights anatomical and biomechanical principles specifically related to splints. It defines the purpose of splints, and offers associated indications and precautions. Intelligently organized and generously illustrated, each chapter includes clinical hints, and a specific section dedicated to splinting for a spectrum of diagnoses and populations. Indexes provide a user-friendly cross-reference that lists splints by name and splints by diagnosis to assist the reader in usage of the manual. Also provides insight into the clinical experience with emphasis on containing cost while maximizing time efficiency. Professional hands-on splinting workshops are going on for all levels of experience--visit cj-education.com to find out if these authors are coming to your area!for neurological dysfunction, 430 precautions indications for removal, 257a258 lubrication of skin, 258, 264 material tolerance, 257, ... PIP extension mobilization splint clinical example, 251-258 using plaster of paris check and revision, 254 materials and preparation, ... Summary form, 474 Upper Extremity Evaluation Flow Sheet form, 470-471 Upper Extremity Evaluation form, 468-469 Upper Extremityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Splinting the Hand and Upper Extremity|
|Author||:||MaryLynn A. Jacobs, Noelle Austin, Noelle M. Austin|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2003|