Written Specifically For Physical Therapist Assistants (Ptas), Introduction To Pathology For The Physical Therapist Assistant Reviews Pathologic States And Conditions That Every PTA Must Understand In Order To Effectively Treat Patients. Topics Covered Include Pathology Of Children, Adults, And The Elderly As Well As Various Forms Of Trauma, Accidents, And Disorders That May Result In Disability. Each Chapter Contains Full-Color Figures, Tables, And Photographs That Facilitate Comprehension Of The Material Presented. Each Chapter Also Includes Review Questions And A List Of Key Online Resources. Useful Appendices Include Reference Laboratory Values, Normal Vital Signs, And A Temperature Conversion Chart. Instructor Resources: InstructoraS Manual, Powerpoint Presentations, Image Bank, And A Test Bank Each New Textbook Includes An Online Code To Access The Student Resources Available On The Companion Website. Online Access May Also Be Purchased Separately. *Please Note: Electronic/Ebook Formats Do Not Include Access To The Companion Website.OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE: WHAT DO THEY MEAN? Source: ... Children aged 6 to 11 years: 18.8% are now considered overweight Children aged 12 to 19 years: 17.4% are now ... Watching television and spending too much time working or playing on computers makes people more sedentary and less physically active.
|Title||:||Introduction to Pathology for the Physical Therapist Assistant|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2011-09|