Hey everyone! Does anyone have a resource for any APTA guidelines for treating patients (and contraindications) with low blood pressure (relative vs. absolute)? I have seen a bunch for high blood pressure guidelines but none for low.
We have a case study assignment in my class and our patient sustained deep and superficial partial thickness burns to her L arm. No significant PMH or meds. Taking oral hydrocodone for pain. BP is 90/40. We are wondering what the guidelines are for treating her if this is a contraindication to therapy or not. edgy style wears for prom and formal party