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Ch 17: Dislocations of the Knees & Ankles

About This Chapter

Work through this mobile-friendly chapter to review important knee and ankle dislocation topics. The chapter's bite-sized lessons and quizzes are designed to improve your knee and ankle dislocation knowledge for training and continuing education purposes.

Dislocations of the Knees & Ankles - Chapter Summary

This self-paced skills and training chapter covers essential information about ankle and knee dislocations. Taught by expert instructors, the chapter explores the symptoms, treatments and rehabilitation methods for dislocated ankles and knees, knee subluxation and congenital knee dislocations.

You'll be able to reinforce your understanding of these knee and ankle dislocations with the chapter's interactive self-assessment quizzes. Your course dashboard will keep track of your progress throughout the chapter, and you can revisit the lessons and quizzes as many times as you need. To make your studying experience convenient, we've made the chapter accessible on any device that has an Internet connection.

How It Helps

These training and continuing education resources can help any aspiring or current medical professional who needs to improve their understanding of knee and ankle dislocations. You can access the chapter at any time to supplement training materials and strengthen your diagnosis and treatment skills.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you'll be able to:

  • Evaluate the symptoms, prognosis, treatment, rehabilitation and recovery time period for ankle dislocations
  • Describe the symptoms and treatments for dislocated knees and knee subluxation
  • Understand the causes of congenital knee dislocations
  • Identify different types of knee dislocations
  • Recognize rehabilitative exercises for knee dislocations

Final Exam
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Critical Care Nursing
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Chapter Exam
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Dislocations of the Knees & Ankles
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