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Welcome! Please read the following pre-webinar notes:
Audio? Dial 1-877-783-2009 (Passcode: 936785)
Attendees will be muted during the webinar until the Q&A session(s).
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The purpose of each webinar is to assist faculty to design a class on arthritis using a concepts-based approach.
The attendees will be able to:
Alterations in Mobility: Care of Adult Patients with Arthritis
Donna Ignatavicius, MS, RN, ANEF
-- Arthritis = inflammation of joints
-- Synovitis = inflammation of synovium
-- Subluxation = partial joint dislocation
-- Connective tissue = tissue that connects and supports parts of the body
(minimally invasive surgery [MIS] or traditional)
Which assessment findings would the nurse expect for a client diagnosed with late osteoarthritis? Select All That Apply.
VENN diagram to compare and contrast OA and RA assessment findings