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GEORGIA BAPTIST COLLEGE OF NURSINGOF MERCER UNIVERSITYNUR 313: Fundamentals of Nursing CarePromoting Healthy Physiologic ResponsesActivity/Mobility/Immobility -Part ILesson Outcomes:Upon completion of this lesson the student will:Course SLO: 1,4,6,71.Describe the role of the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems in the physiology ofmovementSkeletal system furnishes the surfaces for the attachment of muscles, tendons, and ligamentswhich pull on the bones and produce movement. Nerves stimulate muscles to contract causingthe movement.2.Identify factors that affect body alignment and mobility3.Describe nursing interventions to prevent injury to patients in healthcare settings4.Identify effective approaches to applying and removing compression stockings andpneumatic compression devices5.Utilize appropriate clinical judgement to determine best practice and timing for patientmovementContent Outline:1.Physiology of Movement and Alignment2.Activity (Mobility/Immobility)a.Normal movement and alignmentb.

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