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1. Finger-Nose-Finger Test

Finger-Nose-Finger Test Finger-Nose-Finger Test Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Finger-Nose-Finger Test Finger-Nose (...) -Finger Test Aka: Finger-Nose-Finger Test , Finger-Nose-Finger , Finger-Nose Ataxia , Finger-To-Finger Test , Point-To-Point Test II. Indications evaluation III. Technique Patient starts seated or standing Arms abducted at to 90 degrees s flexed to 90 degrees Examiner places their index finger at various locations in front of the patient Finger is at a distance that requires patient to extend their elbow to reach the target Patient uses their index finger on one hand Patient touches their index finger

2018 FP Notebook

2. Finger-Nose-Finger Test

Finger-Nose-Finger Test Finger-Nose-Finger Test Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Finger-Nose-Finger Test Finger-Nose (...) -Finger Test Aka: Finger-Nose-Finger Test , Finger-Nose-Finger , Finger-Nose Ataxia , Finger-To-Finger Test , Point-To-Point Test II. Indications evaluation III. Technique Patient starts seated or standing Arms abducted at to 90 degrees s flexed to 90 degrees Examiner places their index finger at various locations in front of the patient Finger is at a distance that requires patient to extend their elbow to reach the target Patient uses their index finger on one hand Patient touches their index finger

2015 FP Notebook

3. Management of Ischaemic Stroke (2nd Edition)

but does not hit bed 2=Some antigravity effort, but cannot sustain 3=No antigravity effort, but even minimal movement counts 4=No movement at all X=Unable to assess due to amputation, fusion, fractures, etc. L / R 7. Limb Ataxia – Check finger-nose- finger; heel-shin; and score only if out of proportion to paralysis No ataxia. 1=Ataxia in upper or lower extremity. 2=Ataxia in upper AND lower extremity X=Unable to assess due to amputation, fusion, fractures, etc. L / R 8. Sensory – Use safety pin. Check (...) should be considered as a cause of neurological deterioration following the use of a thrombolytic agent. If an urgent brain CT confirms a haemorrhage, stop the rt-Pa infusion. Obtain blood samples for coagulation tests, infuse fresh frozen plasma and cryoprecipitate, and seek immediate neurosurgical opinion. Regimen for Treatment of Acute Ischaemic Stroke with Intravenous rtPA 1. Infuse 0.9mg/kg maximum of 90 mg over 60 minutes with 10% of the dose given as a bolus dose over 1 minute. 2. Admit

2012 Ministry of Health, Malaysia

4. Nursing review section of Surgical Neurology International: Part 1 lumbar disc disease Full Text available with Trip Pro

(absent) to grade 4+ (clonus)], sensory loss (pin prick, light touch, position, and vibration), and cerebellar function (tandem gait, heel-shin, and finger-nose-finger testing). Learning to read MR and CT studies for disc herniations is critical. Nonsurgical discs include those that are minimally protruding or bulging. Alternatively, surgical disc herniations when correlated with significant neurological findings are extruded (ruptured through the annulus) or sequestrated (migrated beyond the disc (...) , patients with low back pain with/without radiculopathy are being screened by nurses rather than by neurologists or neurosurgeons/orthopedists. Recognition of the basic neurological symptoms and signs of lumbar disc disease is critical to manage and triage these patients.The neurological examination includes evaluation of the straight leg raising test (SLR/Lasegue Maneuver) and assessment of: motor function [grade 0 (no motion) to grade 5 (normal motion)], reflexes [Patellar and Achilles levels graded 0

2017 Surgical neurology international

5. Nursing review section of surgical neurology international: Part 1 lumbar disc disease Full Text available with Trip Pro

and Achilles levels graded 0 (absent) to 4+ (clonus)], sensory loss (pin prick, light touch, position, and vibration), and cerebellar function (tandem gait, heel-shin, and finger-nose-finger). Learning to read MR and CT studies for disc herniations is critical. Nonsurgical discs include those that are minimally protruding or bulging. Alternatively, surgical disc herniations are extruded (ruptured through the annulus) or sequestrated (migrated beyond the disc space following rupture).Familiarity (...) compression.Increasingly, patients with low back pain with/without radiculopathy are being screened by nurses rather than by neurologists or neurosurgeons/orthopedists. Recognition of the basic neurological symptoms and signs of lumbar disc disease is critical to manage and triage these patients.The neurological examination includes evaluation of the straight leg raising test [straight leg raise (SLR)/Lasegue Maneuver], and assessment of: motor function [grade 0 (no motion) to 5 (normal motion)], reflexes [patellar

2017 Surgical neurology international

6. Concussion (Overview)

movements, pupillary reflexes, and level of the eyes Strength and sensation: Assess upper-extremity and lower-extremity strength and sensation Coordination and balance: Concussed patients often have difficulty with the finger-nose-finger test and will use slow, purposeful movements to complete the task Postconcussive syndrome Postconcussive syndrome consists of prolonged symptoms that are related to the initial head injury. Symptoms usually consist of the following: Persistent, recurrent headaches (...) head injury Magnetic resonance imaging: MRI is the imaging study of choice for patients who have prolonged symptoms (>7 days) or when a late change occurs in an individual's neurologic signs or symptoms Although positron emission tomography (PET) scanning and functional MRI (fMRI) may be used in evaluating patients with concussion, their clinical application in most cases of MTBI is uncertain. [ , , ] Neuropsychological testing Detailed neuropsychologic testing is employed more often

2014 eMedicine.com

7. Concussion (Diagnosis)

movements, pupillary reflexes, and level of the eyes Strength and sensation: Assess upper-extremity and lower-extremity strength and sensation Coordination and balance: Concussed patients often have difficulty with the finger-nose-finger test and will use slow, purposeful movements to complete the task Postconcussive syndrome Postconcussive syndrome consists of prolonged symptoms that are related to the initial head injury. Symptoms usually consist of the following: Persistent, recurrent headaches (...) head injury Magnetic resonance imaging: MRI is the imaging study of choice for patients who have prolonged symptoms (>7 days) or when a late change occurs in an individual's neurologic signs or symptoms Although positron emission tomography (PET) scanning and functional MRI (fMRI) may be used in evaluating patients with concussion, their clinical application in most cases of MTBI is uncertain. [ , , ] Neuropsychological testing Detailed neuropsychologic testing is employed more often

2014 eMedicine.com

8. Stroke Assessment Across the Continuum of Care

Across the Continuum of Care. In 1997, the Heart and Stroke Foundation convened a group of stroke experts from across the province to develop a framework for stroke care in Ontario. Through its work, the Foundation became aware of several local efforts to address the issue of enhancing stroke care. It was agreed that a collaborative project would maximize the impact of these efforts. As a result, the Heart and Stroke Foundation championed the Coordinated Stroke Strategy to develop and test (...) to neurological or secondary medical complications. Clients with identified signs and symptoms of these complications should be referred to a trained healthcare professional for further assessment and management. Complications 4.0 Nurses in all practice settings should assess the client’s risk for pressure ulcer IV development, which is determined by the combination of clinical judgment and the use of a reliable risk assessment tool. The use of a tool that has been tested for validity and reliability

2005 Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario

9. Feasibility and validity of a modified finger-nose-finger test. (Abstract)

Feasibility and validity of a modified finger-nose-finger test. In essential tremor (ET) research, it is important to obtain standardized, objective data on tremor severity. Often, it is not possible to carry out in-person or videotaped neurological examinations. In place of these, handwriting samples can be collected, but they do not capture all of the variance in tremor severity. Although additional tests of tremor severity (finger-nose-finger [FNF] test) might be of use, these would need (...) to be modified to allow ET patients to mail their results to the study investigator for rating. We modified the standard FNF test (sFNF) by asking subjects to hold a pen during this activity and mark a paper target. The purpose of this report was to determine whether the modified FNF (mFNF) test was feasible and valid. Of 70 subjects, 65 (92.9%) were able to complete the mFNF, demonstrating that it was feasible. The scores of the mFNF correlated highly with those of the sFNF (r = 0.56-0.85; all P < 0.001

2005 Movement Disorders

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