NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 35, 45: Urinary Tract Infection, Tendon Sheath, Common Peroneal Nerve

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Abduction: movement of an extremity away from the midline of the body. Adduction: movement of extremity toward the midline of the body. Circumduction: circular movement of a limb in a cone-shaped manner. Inversion: turning of a body part toward the midline. Eversion: turning of a body part away from the midline. Extension: increasing the angle between two adjoining bones. Flexion: decreasing the angle between two adjoining bones. Pronation: the movement of a body part so that the front or ventral surface faces downward. Supination: movement of a body part so that the front or ventral surface faces upwards. Improves cardiovascular system, pulmonary system, metabolic, system, musculoskeletal system, activity tolerance, psychosocial factors. Developmental changes to the musculoskeletal system at: infancy through school age: the spinal curvature is different and posture is awkward. Legs and feet are usually far apart when walking.

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