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All participants were provided with an in-depth explanation and visual examples of how to use the powered exoskeleton to ambulate.
Weakness and inability of mice to ambulate post-treatment with higher doses of LTE follow the observation of Auerbach [3] who reported walking difficulty and dizziness in mice 30 min to 2 h after ingestion of wild mushroom Amanita pantherina (panthercap).
After moving to the cottages, Sitrin's residents are better able to ambulate, feed, and dress themselves; use the toilet; and generally care for their basic needs.
After two weeks of training, Stacy no longer needed a walker to ambulate, and the results were tremendously encouraging.
A paralyzed woman may ambulate with a wheelchair; she becomes disabled only when she must rely on others to open a door or help her maneuver over a curb.
It turns out that those of us who live in cities get much more incidental exercise than do suburbanites, who, it appears, ambulate only to their driveways.
Sharing care through care teams, such as nurse-coordinated mobility teams to turn, lift, and ambulate patients, is another approach.
13 mL), but the groups did not differ in regard to first- and second-stage duration, initial cervical dilation, total infusion time, pain scores at time of relief, intravenous Pitocin use, pruritus, sedation, nausea, vomiting, urinary retention, analgesia satisfaction overall and during the first and second stages of labor, number of patients able to ambulate, or APGAR scores, Dr.
The patient reported a modest relief of pain the evening following the procedure and she was able to ambulate with assistance.
It replicates the action of venous plexus in the foot, which is especially valuable for patients who cannot ambulate.
The court found that the essence of the plaintiff's allegations here was that an improper assessment of his condition and the degree of supervision he required, particularly with regard to his ability to ambulate post-operatively, led to the plaintiff's injuries.
My husband was recovering from a fractured hip and was using a cane to ambulate.