UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA
3rd Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination February 2014
Subject: Physiotherapy in Surgical Conditions (New Curriculum)
Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours
Use separate answer script for each group
Answer any five questions from each group
All questions carry equal marks
Q: No: 01: Define and classify wound. Write the physiotherapy management of wound.
Q: No: 02: Write the name of common gynecological surgeries. Write the post operative physiotherapy management of cesarean section.
Q: No: 03: Write post operative physiotherapy management for (Any two):
- Post surgical scar ii) Prevention of chest complication iii) Prevention of thrombosis
Q: No: 04: Write the presumptive signs and symptoms of pregnancy. Suppose January 01, 2014 is the first day of last menstrual period, calculate the Expected Delivery date (EDD).
Q: No: 05: Write the functions of pelvic floor muscle. Briefly describe kegel exercise.
Q: No: 06: Write short notes on: i) Low back pain during pregnancy ii) Pressure sore iii) The methods of contraception for the women heart diseases
Q: No: 07: A 25 years old man has burn injury to both of his anterior head, front chest and abdomen and anterior of the left arm. Calculate the percentage of his total body area is affected based upon the calculation of “rule of nine’. When do we use burn casuality’s palm as a reference point for 1% of the body?
Q: No: 08: Write the difference between pre-operative and post-operative physiotherapy. Write post operative physiotherapy management of bypass surgery of heart.
Q: No: 09: Briefly discuss biomechanical changes in the lower back during the third trimester of pregnancy. Write the contraindications of exercise during pregnancy.
Q: No: 10: Mention the different types of abdominal surgreries. Write the physiotherapy management after abdominal surgeries.
Q: No: 11: Define labor. Discuss different stages of labor. How does relaxation help labor?
Q: No: 12: Write short notes on: (any two): i) Support of uterus ii) Reconstructive surgery iii) Stress incontinence