Administration of analgesics must be maintained and the physiotherapist can start early active and passive range of motion exercises.
What does PROM stand for?
PROM stands for Passive Range Of Motion
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We have 48 other meanings of PROM in our Acronym Attic
- Programación y Lenguajes (Spanish Conference on Programming and Computer Languages)
- Professional Laboratory Information System (New Brunswick, NJ)
- Process-Oriented Learning and Information EXchange
- Program Logic and Linkages (program planning model; Center for Development and Research in Evaluation; Malaysia)
- [not an acronym] Probably
- Prolongamento (Portuguese: extension; postal usage)
- Program Logistic
- Program Logistics
- Programming in Logic
- Procurement Lead Time (also seen as PLT)
- Patient-Reported Outcome Measure
- Please Return on Monday
- Pockels Readout Optical Modulator
- Premature Rupture of Membranes (medical, childbirth)
- Preterm Rupture of the Membranes
- Programmable Read-Only Memory
- Prolonged Rupture of Membranes (pregnancy)
- Promenade (Canada Post road designation)
- Proto-Romance (linguistics)
- Professional Management of Army Comptrollers Application
Samples in periodicals archive:
At that time, he was started on gentle passive range of motion of the left knee and quadriceps sets, and was allowed to partially bear weight as tolerated on his left leg using his brace in full extension.
What if you have a patient that requires passive range of motion (PROM) and has no limits with that?
This included a structural assessment of pelvic alignment in the sitting, standing, supine and prone positions; an evaluation of the heights of the iliac crests, the posterior and anterior superior iliac spine, pubic tubercles, ischial tuberosities, and inferior lateral angles of the sacrum; as well as both active and passive range of motion of the lumbar spine and hips, and strength and flexibility of the pelvic and spinal stabilizers.
Increased passive range of motion of hamstrings and hip flexors * Clearer breathing * Increased vocalizations * Increased upper extremity use Who had trouble using this equipment?