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1

ICP normal =

0 - 15 mmHg

2

CPP =

CPP = MAP - ICP

3

MAP normal =

60 - 80

4

PCWP normal =

2 - 12

5

CO norm?
CI norm?

CO = 4 - 7L
CI = 2.5 - 4L

6

What do the UK guidelines state for early mobilisation in neurological populations?

Recommended -> "as much as patient is willing and able to tolerate"

7

How will a tilt table / standing frame aid mobilisation?

- Prevents osteopenia & muscle atrophy
- Promotes normal cardiovascular and autonomic responses
- Promotes normal postural tone, proprioception, and maintain range and alignment of joints

8

How might record their mobility ability?

Trunk Control Test

[rolling to weak side; rolling to strong side; sitting up from lying; sitting balance]

OR

Modified Rivermead Mobility Index

9

Progressive Resistance Exercises has ___ grade evidence for mobilisation in neurological populations

B grade evidence

10

Communication during the early mobilisation period can include

doctors, nurses, radiology, occupational therapists, speech language therapists

11

CPP normal?

80 - 100mmHg
Min = 60 - 70