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Title: Mobility deficit – Rehabilitate, an opportunity for functionality
Authors: Reis, Gorete
Pereira, Patricia
Sabino, Lena
Bule, Maria José
Keywords: Rehabilitation Nursing
Mobility Limitation
Daily Activities
Issue Date: 17-Dec-2018
Citation: Reis, G., Pereira, P., Sabino, L. (2018). Mobility deficit – Rehabilitate, an opportunity for functionality. Comunicação oral no I Workshop de Gerontotecnologia no âmbito do projeto 4IE - Instituto Internacional de Investigação e Inovação do Envelhecimento, Escola Superior de Enfermagem São João de Deus da Universidade de Évora, no dia 17 de dezembro.
Abstract: There are many pathological conditions that cause mobility deficits and that ultimately influence someone’s autonomy.Aims: to evaluate patients with mobility deficits functional status; to implement a Rehabilitation Nursing intervention plan; to monitor health gains through mobility deficits rehabilitation.Conclusion: Early intervention and the implementation of a nursing rehabilitation intervention plan results in health gains (direct or indirect), decreases the risk of developing Pressure Ulcers (PU) and the risk of developing a situation of immobility that affects patients’ autonomy and quality of life.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:ENF - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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