AROM


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AROM

Abbreviation for active range of motion.

AROM

1 abbreviation for active range of motion.
2 abbreviation for artificial rupture of (fetal) membranes.

AROM

Active range of movement. See Range of motion.

AROM

(ar'om)
Acronym for active range of motion.
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The use of PRE as part of the AROM program significantly improved lower body strength when tested at this skilled nursing facility.
Abbreviations: A/P = anterior-posterior, AROM = active range of motion, bEMG = background electromyography, DF = dorsiflexion, DOF = degree of freedom, DST = double-support stance, EMG = electromyography, EV = eversion, GAS = gastrocnemius, GRECC = Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, HC = home, INV = inversion, LC = limited community, MIT = Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PAS = passive ankle stiffness, PF = plantar flexion, PMS = prolonged muscle stretch, PROM = passive range of motion, ROM = range of motion, SD = standard deviation, SPCA = summed physiological cross-sectional area, SST = single-support stance, STP = step, STR = stride, TA = tibialis anterior, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, VAMC = Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Subjects then sat on a standard treatment plinth with their legs over the edge and a second goniometric measurement of ankle dorsiflexion AROM was taken.
5 years), had persistent LL hemiparesis (3 left and 4 right paretic), had impaired AROM in DF (-7.
Passive care modalities using ice massage, continuous ultrasound and interferential current to reduce inflammation and the use of a limited AROM boot.
Subjects did not perform any practice trials of ankle AROM.
These bear chiral NHC ligands and have been employed successfully in catalyzing ARCM (Asymmetric Ring Closing Metathesis) and AROM (Asymmetric Ring Opening Metathesis) reactions providing enantioselection beyond 90% ee for various substrates.
What is described as a normal and natural US birth could, and has become in some areas, a birth with an IV, AROM, Demerol, pitocin, epidural, internal fetal monitor, catheter, and an episiotomy, not to mention what's done to the baby after the birth.
This is, to the best of our knowledge, one of the first reports to combine analyses of reliability and inter-method correlation of the DF active range of motion (AROM) lunge method and PF AROM measurements.
The team decided that the patient should perform AROM exercises and be assisted out of bed to the chair but ambulation would not be attempted due to concerns that any more activity might further increase the risk of bleeding.