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ambulate

(am′byŭ-lāt″) [L. ambulare, to move about]
To walk or move about freely.
ambulation (am″byŭ-lā′shŏn)
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It is imperative that the limitations or benefits of ambulating in reduced gravity are well understood.
With the outsole removed, there are no protruding parts, making it safer for residents who forget to attach the outsole before ambulating.
Early mobilization was defined as sitting out of bed or ambulating for at least 20 minutes within 24 hours of hospitalization, with increasing ambulation in each subsequent day of hospitalization (Chest 124[3]:883-89, 2003).
This prevents him from ambulating. We currently use snowboarding socks to keep his feet warm.
In "park-and-dine" programs, residents park their wheelchairs and work on ambulating to the dining room.
Once, when I was "ambulating" my mom, one of the women patients made eye contact with her, brightened up, and said to her with such care, "Oh Elizabeth (not my mother's name), I'm so glad to see you.
Patients often aren't seen by their primary care physician until months later, at which point--if they're lucky--they're ambulating and may not even bring their surgery to the physician's attention.
Physiological consequences of not ambulating while in hospital (muscle mass loss, balance disturbances, pneumonia, pressure ulcers) 2.
Users of RGOs have reported that difficulty ambulating with them is a major reason for limited use [5], and slow walking speeds combined with high energy requirements [6-8] make walking with RGOs difficult.
At her 9 month follow-up, the patient was ambulating with a cane and was living in an assisted living environment.
The patient stated experiencing difficulty advancing his right lower extremity forward and needed to stop ambulating.
Phase I part I consisted of the participants ambulating with a standard walker (SW) and a platform walker with wheels (PWW) for 2 minutes looking at the differences in heart rate (HR), respiratory rate (RR), and blood pressure (BP) (before and after walk).