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1. Which is the primary contraindication for the use of SWASH?*
2. Which is NOT a functional influence of the SWASH?*
3. Patients with multiple involvements can benefit from SWASH STEADY & GO by:*
4. Hip subluxation issues are involved in what % of the non-ambulatory CP population?*
5. SWASH STEADY is primarily indicated when:*
6. What are primary differences between the STEADY size 1 and the GO size 1?*
7. Which measurement is NOT needed to select the appropriate size GO?*
8. Which measurement is NOT needed to select the appropriate size STEADY?*
9. The GO pelvic section is available in how many sizes?*
10. The vertical line engraved onto the upright is to*
11. Which of the available uprights offers less abduction during sitting?*
12. The posterior of the STEADY pelvic section extends from*
13. The posterior of the GO pelvic section extends from*
14. Optimum thigh cuff positions could include:*
15. Fitting thigh cuffs at mid-thigh can help*
16. The 123° uprights are most appropriate when*
17. SWASH STEADY & GO will reduce required fitting inventory*
18. SWASH STEADY & GO positions the child to better participate in rehab*
19. SWASH STEADY & GO covers are NOT removable*
20. SWASH STEADY & GO transfers adductor tone proximally to enhance trunk posture*
21. SWASH STEADY’s pelvic section is NOT trimmable*
22. Children who are non-ambulatory are NOT SWASH candidates*
23. The 6mm uprights on the STEADY size 1 allow more “spring”, permitting less restriction of movement. This is often desirable for the developing infant*
24. The SWASH STEADY & GO may result in a change in the child’s adductor tone so the abduction angle, wearing time, and/or need for the orthosis should frequently be reassessed*
25. SWASH seems to enhance neuromuscular control*
26. Once children turn 13 they are no longer SWASH candidates*
27. The primary difference between SWASH and other hip orthoses is SWASH provides variable abduction*
28. For minor increases in abduction:*
29. To increase the distance between the greater trochanters and the lateral uprights:*
30. To decrease the amount of abduction:*
31. To increase the amount of abduction:*
32. For minor decreases in abduction:*
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