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TPT_past_paper - Part A Answer:11 15 Qu'utium Each quid-ion...

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Unformatted text preview: Part A Answer :11 15 Qu'utium Each quid-ion - 2 mark: ' SAMPLE MULTIPLE anon; QUEs'ndN. (N0 MARKS) : Q. I Gammon primarycaninm adjustment ofthe n'bn an: I L Heel - II. 111. WehtoWnb IV. Doublethnmb 4 V. Hap-pothmedge A. land 11 B. I, II, and 111 C. H'axid V -‘ ‘ D. 1,11,1md V (Auger, Circle Number) B. All 1h; above _-I\. Stablllnjhe segment show {3. T4. Slabibsq the: magma: helm-r15. T5. 1]]. Slabflisn the Ihead. _ IV. HAY! both elbows straight liming the thnm md‘tbe epistamal notch oriented above the 363mm. ‘ . V. Thrust along the plane ofthc Blast. \ A. Onlyl - ‘ «B. Drum ‘ " C. Onlylnndn D. OnJyIV ' E. Nonnufthcabow Which offlu following Mutants Islam true about fiwdon. Eephniqnfi? I. Inmbflltyh'nmacummdimion. You may feel 3 (films release as )w apply the dirhdion. II. 111. Irv; Boneficialinacutediscélqs. Y. . . . .- K< B. All of the abovc 4‘.J, 10 11 Ilia: mmsfidtothe rib age. Allow: the'practision'er to mm: a homeroom“. . D: mandrv E. deV ‘ In the mid-mom single Vembn. bflmal- amnion damn, you could 'D. IV 0111? E. Non; ofthe above The reasons for choosing an edge contact mim- pisiform fiat 111: are I. II. III. NJ More specific oompaml with pisiform contact. Allow: 2 practifionerto have berm control over one n'b. In the thoracic singie vertebra glide damn-I: modem-ha pmct'nioncr _ "' I. Contact: the inferior yortgbm “ 11. {lacs xixaaiL ‘ D. manly 35) None offlie above When adjusting 1.5/81 using TFI‘,‘1.ho pmcfifionorcomd 13. 14 more: following mimmuucmmmp piece table. L In: helium hm 'nmlfiple drop- piece sat-lags mm: thoracic region to help the lineofdriVe. ' ' -' " . ' > IL Ifiable not operated properly pafient could have his/her finger squashed as the patient getting on to the table. _ ' _ IIL Ode-pole drop in bettertbim two-pole dmp bequse the efl‘ecfivo pm is more IV. The advantage ofchoosing a {bur-pole drop table over atwo-pole drop table is to _ hdva efi‘ective part 'V. The venflifi; feamrein the drop piece table is mainly designed to help home pafients , getting onto the table. - .. Apillowis often used inmme purpoga. Pei-example -'I. It is placed under the chi: recharge the malfonmil'ateral separation thrust for mmmmmnmmmi - It in used for aidolyihg aide bending adjunment for the lumber spine to fill the - gap butween the lumbar spine and the couch. ' 11. JIL- It is used under the upper thoracic spine to flatten the thoracic curve for a cervical ' slide thrust. ‘ IV V . It is used to stabilise the shoulder blade for an A-C joint adjustment. . It is used under the ehestto aid better line of drive for lower rib adjuenhem Whith true 2 None ofthc-abov: All ofthe above -wunp You diagnose: 62-year-old male patient weighing [05 kg with mutual scoliosis and sub acme costij suble Whine-dinning his film using TF1" ' I. You would use a. primary heel mg: several ribs )1. ‘ Employ anon-mum . ' ' [ll Remove the pillow in allow: a more foreman : problem. c. How can this be ovamome? (2 mun-its) I d. b) and a), which is more OECGIiVB and'why. (2 n ...
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