The Effect of Graded Early Mobilization Therapy on the Psychomotor Status of a Mechanically Ventilated Patient in the Intensive Care Unit: A Single Case Report.

 

Clinical Imaging and Case Reports

The Effect of Graded Early Mobilization Therapy on the Psychomotor Status of a Mechanically Ventilated Patient in the Intensive Care Unit: A Single Case Report.
Bijoy Das

Department of Physiotherapy, BRB Hospitals Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Correspondence to Author: Bijoy Das
Abstract:
Introduction: The motivation behind the review was to investigate the effect of evaluated early preparation on psychomotor status of patients with mechanical ventilation.
Goals: To gauge the impact of early activation on days initially up, other engine capability, mental status and length of ICU stay of precisely ventilated patient.
Procedure: This was a solitary contextual investigation. Test was chosen from BRB Emergency clinics Restricted of Dhaka utilizing advantageous examining strategy and as per determination models.An exact semi organized poll was utilized for information assortment. Evaluated early preparation was given as intercession to the member by an Expert qualified physiotherapist for 10 meetings. Another senior physiotherapist was relegated as information gatherer. He evaluated the member’s Utilitarian Autonomy Measure (FIM) score and Summed up Uneasiness Problem 7 point (Stray 7) score during release from ICU.
Citation:

Bijoy Das. The Effect of Graded Early Mobilization Therapy on the Psychomotor Status of a Mechanically Ventilated Patient in the Intensive Care Unit: A Single Case Report. Clinical Imaging and Case Reports 2020.