Guide to Clinical PracticeBy
- Wendy Anemaet, MS, PT, GCS, ATC, Home Care Therapist, Board-Certified Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy, Miami, FL
- Michelle Moffa-Trotter, PT, GCS, Home Care Therapist, Board-Certified Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy, Clearwater, FL
HOME REHABILITATION: GUIDE TO CLINICAL PRACTICE is the first clinical reference for therapists practicing in the home care setting. It covers fundamentals, pediatric populations, adult populations, emergency situations, and pharmacology in home healthcare. A special section of appendices includes necessary reference information such as ICD-9 CM Common Therapy Diagnoses, listings of community organizations, HIM-11 Coverage of Services and Durable Medical Equipment, and a listing of suggested home care resources. A must have for any home care therapist!
Paperback, 718 Pages
Published: September 1999
- Introduction Section One: Fundamentals of Home Care Employment Options Therapy Schedule Maintenance Equipment List Infection Control Standards Infection Control Guidelines Personal Safety Guidelines Home Care Team Home Care Regulatory Bodies Home Care Ethical Situations Section Two: Pediatric Population Pediatric Environmental Evaluation Neonates Infant Toddler Child Section Three: Adult Population Adult Environmental Evaluation Adult Affective Evaluation Adult Daily Living Skills Evaluation Adult Mobility Evaluation Adult Fine Motor Evaluation Adult Neurological Evaluation Integument Evaluation Adult Cardiopulmonary Evaluation Section Four: Emergency Situations Warning Signs Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Procedures First Aid Section Five: Pharmacology Medication Classifications and Adverse Effects Medication Management Section Six: Appendices HIM-11 Coverage of Services Index