Factors Affecting Patients' Mobility Post Hip Fractures Surgery

Abeer Abd El-Mohaymen Ahmed Sand Askar,

Abstract


Internal fixation is a more common surgery used for treatment of patients with hip fractures. The main aim of surgery was declining the severity of pain, imp;2roving mobility to performing activities of daily living and decrease level of dependency.
Early mobility post HFS help to prevent bed redden complications, improve circulation and faster healing. There are many patient related physical, psychological and social factors as well as surrounding environmental factors and available mobility aids which have effect on patients' mobility post HFS.
Nurses have a vital role for caring patients' with HFS. The role of nurse begin after the fracture occur through comprehensive assessment of patients' health status and there have important role for improving mobility post


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Title Factors Affecting Patients' Mobility Post Hip Fractures Surgery
Other Titles العوامل المؤثرة على حركة المرضى بعد جراحة كسور الفخذ
Authors Abeer Abd El-Mohaymen Ahmed Sand Askar
Issue Date 2018
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/123456789/177935

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