Fracture Management:  Segment 3 – Carpal and Hand

Fracture Management: Segment 3 – Carpal and Hand

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CONTACT HOURS:4 Hours
CEU:0.4
AOTA: Domain of OT, OTP,
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Evidence Based Fracture management Carpal and Hand Bones is the 3rd Segment (4 contact hours/.04 CEUs) is part of a 10 hour course. Covers carpals, metacarpal, proximal phalanx, middle phalanx, and distal phalanx fractures and everything in between! Due to popular demand this course is offered in 3 segments for targeted learning and cost management. An online exam (80% to pass) is required to redeem your certificate. Manual is provided in PDF.

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Description

This course segment 3 and it is (4.00 contact hours) NBCOT® 5.0 PDUs Fractures of the UE: Achieving Favorable Functional Outcome. You can purchase in Segments 1, 2, 3 or as 1 course in its entirety. Features OrthoEvidence Reports
Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process

Evidence Based Fracture management Carpal and Hand Bones is the 3rd Segment (4 contact hours/.04 CEUs) of the Full length course Fractures of the UE: Achieving Favorable Functional Outcomes (10 credit hours/1.0 CEUs). This course is presented in streaming format. Covers carpals, metacarpal, proximal phalanx, middle phalanx, and distal phalanx fractures and everything in between! Due to popular demand this course is offered in 3 segments for targeted learning and cost management. Some references might be made to other segments that are not included in a particular segment however this will NOT have any effect on your learning the intended content of this course.

Featuring OrthoEvidence
OrthoEvidence identifies evidence of the highest quality and summarizes the most pertinent information in our collection of over 2,000 Advanced Clinical Evidence (ACE) reports. An online exam (80% to pass) is required to redeem your certificate. Manual is provided in PDF. This is a mixed learning with more emphasis on intermediate learning level. Learning tools provided are PowerPoint, didactic, demonstration, manual, exam and discussion Fracture management Carpal and Hand Bones is the 3rd Segment (3 contact hours/.03 CUEs) of the Full length course Fractures of the UE: Achieving Favorable Functional Outcomes (10 credit hours/1.0 CEUs).

This course is presented in streaming format. Covers carpals, metacarpal, proximal phalanx, middle phalanx, and distal phalanx fractures and everything in between! Due to popular demand this course is offered in 3 segments for targeted learning and cost management. Some references might be made to other segments that are not included in a particular segment however this will NOT have any effect on your learning the intended content of this course. An online exam (80% to pass) is required to redeem your certificate. Manual is provided in PDF. This is a mixed learning with more emphasis on intermediate learning level. Learning tools provided are PowerPoint, didactic, demonstration, manual, exam and discussion forum.

Objectives

  • Identify various carpal bone and hand fractures
  • Differentiate between the carpal bones and significance of each bone fracture
  • Recognize the kinematics of “dart throwing” motion and the significance relating to the carpals
  • Identify fracture characteristics of each carpal bone
  • Identify fracture characteristics of the different hand bone fractures
  • Recognize functional treatment options for carpal and hand fractures
  • Identify complications associated with hand and carpal fractures

 

Nancy Falkenstein, OTR/L, CHT received her degree in Occupational Therapy from Medical University of South Carolina in 1990 and her Certification in Hand Therapy in 1996. Prio to receiving her degree she served in the US Navy as a Religious Program Specialist. . Nancy is an international speaker on hand and upper extremity pathologies.

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