2016

Central nervous system reorganization contributes to reovery through the following mechanisms:

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* 1. Central nervous system reorganization contributes to reovery through the following mechanisms:

An optimal rehabilitation environment includes:

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* 2. An optimal rehabilitation environment includes:

What does the term stroke mimic mean?

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* 3. What does the term stroke mimic mean?

The risk of constipation is increased by which of the following?

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* 4. The risk of constipation is increased by which of the following?

Dysphagia is the:

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* 5. Dysphagia is the:

The most common visual impairment following stroke is:

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* 6. The most common visual impairment following stroke is:

List two non-physical post-stroke effect that can also affect sexuality post-stroke.

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* 7. List two non-physical post-stroke effect that can also affect sexuality post-stroke.

In non-diabetic individuals, the Canadian hypertension Education Program states to treat to a target blood pressure of:

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* 8. In non-diabetic individuals, the Canadian hypertension Education Program states to treat to a target blood pressure of:

Patients with aphasia may become socially isolated.

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* 9. Patients with aphasia may become socially isolated.

Premorbid education, learning and cognition are not factors to consider with performance of activities of daily living after a stroke.

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* 10. Premorbid education, learning and cognition are not factors to consider with performance of activities of daily living after a stroke.

The hemiplegic shoulder is prone to stiffness, so passive range of motion beyond 90 degrees should be done regularly.

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* 11. The hemiplegic shoulder is prone to stiffness, so passive range of motion beyond 90 degrees should be done regularly.

The stroke survivor may experience feelings that do not match their behaviour.

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* 12. The stroke survivor may experience feelings that do not match their behaviour.

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