Physical Therapy Treatment Plan

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Patient 1 Medication History

Patient Initials: M.K Reason for Physical Therapy: 62 years male Three weeks post right (Rt) CVA,
Pain on leftshoulder, left shoulder subluxation, Lt side weakness inability to perform functional ADL. Diabetic, Unstablehighblood pressure,______________________ ___________________________
PT Treatment Plan (Specific Interventions, Frequency, and Duration):
1hour program 3 times weekly, Increase PROM-10mins Lt UE/LE strengthening muscles of (Lt) shoulder. Lt side muscles-30mins, relieve pain on the Lt shoulder, IRR to the Lt shoulder-10mins
STM ( Lt) UE/LE, Balance training in all postures 10mins Sitting-standing reducation-10mins
Trade Name Generic Name Prescribed for: Dosage Rehab Implications
Prisolec Omeprazole
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Total ( LT) Hip Replacement 6 days ago. Limited ROM of (Lt) Hip in flexion, extension and abduction. Pain on the Lt Hip
Had Cardiac arrhythmias 2 days post surgery. Sits up in bed. Non ambulatory
PT Treatment Plan (Specific Interventions, Frequency, and Duration): Bed mobility and Transfer training.
All UE/LE strengthening exercises mostly Lt Hip . Improve ROM of (Lt) Hip. Gait reducatin/Training
(Lt) Hip P.W.B.R on level and Stairs. 30-45mins daily regimen.

Trade Name Generic Name Prescribed for: Dosage Rehab Implications
Cardoxin Digoxin Cardiac arrhythmias
(Prescribed) 12mcg/kg orally daily Side effects: Dizziness, Fainting, Slow or irregular heart beat. Therapist should monitor heart rate, ECG and heart sounds before, during and after exercises. Prolonged symptoms of increased arrhythmias such as shortness of breath, fatigue and fainting should be reported
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Therapist must be watchful for increased shortness of breath not caused by physical exertion during therapy and report to the physician immediately
Oxycodone Oxyfast Analgesic
(Prescribed) 15mg orally every 6hrs Side effects. Drowsiness, Vomiting, nausea, headache. Relieves pain and increases exercise tolerance, therapy participation and duration.Alertness status of the patient should be assessed regularly during therapy and halt therapy and drowsiness increases. Therapist should increase breaks in therapy so as not to induce more nausea and headache.
Cefuroxime Ceftin Antibiotic
(prescribed) 500mg twice daily for 10days Side effects: Diarrhea, dizziness, nausea. Safety and fall prevention measures must be considered and patient should be allowed to relax at the onset of drowsiness. Gait belt is recommended for safety.
Ondansetron Zofran Antinausea, antiemetic (prescribed) 8mg 3 times daily Side effects; Confusion, Shortness of breath, dizziness. Relieves nausea and vomiting effects and hence reducing discomfort that significantly affects participation. Cueing of patient to encourage alertness and participation should be encouraged. Respiratory rate and oxygen saturation level must be assessed regularly and if symptom persists, notify the

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