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Physiotherapy Ethics Multiple Choice Question-4

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In this Post, we will solve 10 MCQs on Physiotherapy Ethics (Part-4). So, let’s get started. Questions and Answers Physiotherapy MCQs Practice mode click here…

Questions and Answers

Q1. A therapist attempts to take a history from a patient who is acutely ill. In an attempt to conserve the patient’s energy the therapist should ask questions that are:
A. Thought provoking and reflective
B. Easily answered with brief statements
C. Stimulating and invigorating
D. Sympathetic and enderaring

Q2. A patient is informed that her condition is terminal shortly before her scheduled therapy session. During the treatment session, the patient asks the therapist if she believes the physician’s assessment is accurate. The most appropriate therapist response is:
A. Physicians are not infallible
B. Your present condition is very serious
C Channel your energy towards getting better
D. Focus on your therapy goals

Q3. A physical therapist notices a student physical therapist using improper guarding techniques on a patient that appears
to be unstable. The most immediate therapist action should be:
A discuss the situation with the student’s clinical instructor
B. Leave the student an anonymous note describing proper guarding technique
C. Offer suggestions to improve the student’s guarding technique
D. Ignore the situation since you are not the clinical instruction

Q4. A patient three weeks status post right total kneere placement complains of pain in the right calf. The patient’s pain increases with ambulation and with quick passive range of motion into dorsiflexion. The patient’s lower extremity is warm to touch. The most appropriate response would be to:
A. Disregard the findings as postoperative pain
B. Continue with ambulation to tolerance
C. Perform active calf stretching
D. Request a physician to rule out deep venous thrombosis

Q5. An increasing number of states offer consumers the ability to enter the health care system by going directly to a physical therapist. Which statement describing the effects of direct access is accurate?
A. Physical therapists’ malpractice rates have sharply risen as a result of direct access.
B. Insurance carriers may deny claims without a physician’s signature in states with direct access
C. Physical therapy has been over utilized in states with direct access.
D. Physicians are being alienated by physical therapists in states with direct access.

Multiple Choice Question on Physiotherapy Ethics-4

Q6. A male therapist prepares to treat a female patient using a soft tissue massage technique. The therapist would like to reasure that the patient does not misinterpret the purpose of the treatment technique. The most appropriate action is to:
A. Transfer the patient to another therapist’s schedule
B. Request a female staff member to be present during treatment
C. Select another less invasive technique
D. Discharge the patient from physical therapy

Q7. A therapist develops a list of behavioral objectives for a new employee working in hydrotherapy. Which of the following is not considered to be a behavioral objective?
A. The therapist will perform wound debridement to remove necrotic material
B. The therapist will identify two commonly used antibacterial agents
C. The therapist will apply sterile dressing to an open wound
D. The therapist will understand the stages of tissue inflammation and repair

Q8. A therapist examines a patient bedside, when suddenly the patient’s I.V. becomes disconnected. The therapist’s most appropriate response would be to:
A. Reconnect the I.V.
B. Contact the primary physician
C. Contact nursing
D. Continue with your present treatment

Q9. A group of senior physical therapy students attempt to determine if there is a relationship between intelligence and academic achievement. Which of the following correlation coefficients would indicate the strongest positive correlation? (Biostatistics)
A. +.65
B. +.81
C. -26
d. -.91.

Q10. The reliability of goniometric measurements taken by different therapists is measured by interrater reliability. Which join motion would you expect to have the poorest interrater reliability? (Biostatistics)
A. Ankle eversion
B. Elbow flexion
C. Knee flexion
D. Shoulder lateral rotation

Q1.(B) Q2.(B) Q3.(C) Q4.(D) Q5.(B) Q6.(B) Q7.(D) Q8.(C) Q9.(B) Q10.(A)

Dr .Lalit Choudhary
Hii everyone, I'm Dr Lalit Choudhary PT. Born and brought up in delhi. Practicing as a professional PHYSIOTHERAPIST. As a therapist I love to interact with others and and get myself updated regarding all the social issues which are leading my countrymen to distress themselves. Yes, I agree that Iam a workaholic but my work gives me immense pleasure but there are sometimes when I feel stressed up so to relax myself I travel to new places, meet new people and try to adopt their culture. Most of the time I like to travel hills as it helps me to relax and enjoy our nature beauty. For being a good therapist and to deal with all the difficulties I always prefer to be good listener and have good patience that is what my strength is. I also work as a social worker and the Founder of thesocialphysiofitnessclub and PHYSIO FIT INDIA. In last I just want to say that " I believe that physical therapy is not just a therapy but actually a remedy which not only make you physically fit but also adds happiness, joy and more days to your life." So don't just sit and thought now it's time to stand and work on yourself.

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