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Figure 6.1
Relationship of skeletal muscles to bones: origin and insertion of skeletal muscle. Source : Tortora and Derrickson ( ). Reproduced with permission f...
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Figure 6.5
Side‐lying.
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Figure 6.9
Sitting to standing (Action 1).
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Figure 6.13
Hand resting in splint.
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Figure 6.17
The diaphragm as seen from the front. Note the openings in the vertebral portion for the inferior vena cava, oesophagus and aorta.
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Figure 6.21
Hard collar in situ .
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Figure 6.25
Two designs of stump board. (a) An adjustable stump board: the angle can be varied for comfort. (b) A fixed stump board: this slides underneath the wh...
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Figure 6.2
Anterior view of the right knee (tibiofemoral) joint. Source : Tortora and Derrickson ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
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Figure 6.6
Lying to sitting (Action 4).
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Figure 6.10
Sitting to standing (Action 4).
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Figure 6.14
Foot resting in splint.
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Figure 6.18
Movement of chest wall on inspiration. (a) The upper ribs move upwards and forwards, increasing the anteroposterior dimension of the thoracic cavity. ...
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Figure 6.22
Log rolling and positioning of patient with spinal cord compression or injury. Source : Adapted from SIA ( ). Reproduced with permission from the Spi...
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Figure 6.26
The correct position for prone lying (t/t denotes transtibial). Source : Engstrom and Van de Ven ( ). Reproduced with permission from Elsevier.
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Figure 6.3
(a) Ankle in dorsiflexion (DF). (b) Ankle in plantarflexion (PF).
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Figure 6.7
Lying to sitting (Action 7).
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Figure 6.11
Examples of a supportive shoe.
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Figure 6.15
Effect of gravity on the distribution of ventilation and perfusion in the lung in the upright and lateral positions. Source : Hough ( ). Reproduced w...
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Figure 6.19
Positions to support breathing.
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Figure 6.23
Pelvic twist for patient with unstable cervical spine. Note : in practice five people are needed for this manoeuvre. Source : Adapted from SIA ( ). ...
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Figure 5
Positioning the patient with neurological weakness. (a) Supine: affected arm supported on pillow. (b) Side‐lying: affected arm supported on pillow.
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Figure 6.4
Sitting up in bed.
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Figure 6.8
Lying to sitting (Action 8).
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Figure 6.12
Hand resting on towel.
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Figure 6.16
Effect of controlled mandatory ventilation on ventilation and perfusion gradients. In contrast to spontaneous respiration, the perfusion gradient incr...
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Figure 6.20
The bronchial tree. Source : Peate et al. ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
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Figure 6.24
Levels of amputation in the upper and lower limb. Source : Engstrom and Van de Ven ( ). Reproduced with permission from Elsevier.
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Figure 6
(a) Ankle foot orthosis (AFO). (b) Ankle foot orthosis in situ .