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2] and HR measurements were obtained when the participants could ambulate using the powered exoskeleton continuously, even if they needed some level of assistance, in proximity to the 40th training session.
Seventy-six percent of the 54 individuals with incomplete paraplegia were able to ambulate in the community 1 year following injury (Waters, Adkins, Yakura, & Sie, 1994a).
Participants: Individuals (n=110) admitted with physical therapy referrals with full weight bearing status who could ambulate 20 feet and consented to participate.
Research has not determined whether motion-sensitive technology is more accurate than traditional technology while patients ambulate with a wheeled walker.
Riggins recovered well from the procedure and is now able to ambulate comfortably.
At 1-year follow-up, the patient was beginning to ambulate, the Dimeglio-Bensahel score was 0 and the Catterall-Pirani was 0.
The most important factors in discharge planning identified by our respondents were "the ability to transfer and ambulate," "having a person at home to assist," and "the patient's cognitive status.
Under-cross examination, the nurse acknowledged that although the patient's physician had authorized the patient to ambulate unassisted, such authorization would not "bar her from asking for assistance.
Just being able to ambulate, to clearly communicate with loved ones, and to celebrate family events is, in the view of many patients and family members, a significant improvement in quality of life," Dr.
Benjamin's mother was allowed to ambulate and use the bathroom, as long as she informed the nurses before she got out of bed.
BAD DOCUMENTATION under Short-Term Goals: "Resident will ambulate 150 feet with minimum assist.
Because of the tumor, Christa suffered from spastic paraparesis in her lower body, an inability to ambulate independently, and other problems.