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Kindred Hospital Albuquerque

Kindred Hospital Albuquerque is a 61-bed Joint Commission-accredited long-term acute care hospital, including six intensive care unit beds and two medical/surgical units.

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Category: GeneralReimbursement Lecture PTA | Houston Community College | Houston, TX

Reimbursement Lecture PTA | Houston Community College | Houston, TX
January 18, 2018

Category: GeneralHealth Careers Fair | Oklahoma University Health & Science College | Oklahoma City, OK

Health Careers Fair | Oklahoma University Health & Science College | Oklahoma City, OK
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Category: GeneralLymphedema Lecture PTA | Jefferson College | Hillsboro, MO

Lymphedema Lecture PTA | Jefferson College | Hillsboro, MO
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Category: GeneralIANS Annual Conference | Indianapolis, IN

IANS Annual Conference | Indianapolis, IN
January 28, 2018
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This week's FIM: Bowel Management

Don't forget, if you answer the question, we will send you a little thank you for participating! We can't wait to hear from you!! #TheFutureLooksBright

• At level 6, the patient manages his own bowel program. This includes inserting his own suppository and performing his own preparation and cleanup.
• At level 5, a helper provides assistance with either prior preparation or cleanup, or a helper provides cueing, coxing or instructions.
• At a level 4, a helper inserts a suppository but does not provide an digital stimulation . (The patient’s body performs this work on its own).
• At level 1, the patient does not participate in his bowel program – a helper provides all the effort. If the patient has an accident, a helper is required to change linen or clothing. If a helper changes the absorbent pad or performs digital stimulation, rate the patient level 1, total assist

(Content reference source for all the FIM Facts are the UDS Helpful Hints and UDS FIM Scenarios)
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This week's FIM topic was Bowel Management. Don't forget to message us or comment your answers each week, we will send you a little thank you in the mail for participating. Here is the answer:
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