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See the buttock as a box in a person standing upright, with the top of the hip bone and bottom of buttock forming the horizontal sides. Divide your box into 4 equal parts using horizontal and vertical mid lines. [ The area free from the sciatic and gluteal nerves is the upper outer quadrant. When the person is lying on their side, this area is easily seen looking up at you, which makes for easy administration of intramuscular injections. Read more: ]
Weegy: See the buttock as a box in a person standing upright, with the top of the hip bone and bottom of buttock forming the horizontal sides. Divide your box into 4 equal parts using horizontal and vertical mid lines. [ The area free from the sciatic and gluteal nerves is the upper outer quadrant. When the person is lying on their side, this area is easily seen looking up at you, which makes for easy administration of intramuscular injections. Read more: ] (More)
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Following an injury to a nerve, the muscles it supplies with motor fibers may become paralyzed. How would you explain to a patient the importance of moving the disabled muscles passively or contracting them with electrical stimulation?
Weegy: When motor nerve fibers in the leg are severed the muscles they innervate become paralyzed however in time control over the muscles often returns b when motor nerve fibers in the spinal cord are severed the muscles they control become permanently [ [ paralyzed ] ] (More)
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As lactic acid and other substances accumulate in an active muscle, they stimulate pain receptors, and the muscle may feel sore. How might the application of heat or substances that dilate blood vessels help relieve such soreness?
Weegy: With the application of heat vasodialates (the blood vessels widen) occurs, which allows the blood vessels to accept more red blood cells "into" the sore areas to pick up any waste that is left over after strenuous activities, [ heat helps speed recovery by improving circulation ] (More)
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