The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia is a pocket-sized, quick-reference tool for the busy resident or clinician. It contains charts, tables, diagrams, and illustrations that present key facts and points essential for day-to-day patient care. The book was prepared and field-tested by residents in the PMaR department at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, who know from experience what information clinicians need to have at their fingertips. Coverage encompasses all disorders, diagnostic tests, and treatment modalities and includes a pharmacopeia. The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia is also available electronically for your handheld computer. See PDA listing for details.A delayed swing phase is noted, as full unloading is needed to flex the knee. ... Manual locking or fixed lock-The knee of last resort, this design provides the ultimate in stability. ... Regular use of the prosthesis can also reduce phantom pains.
|Title||:||Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2003|