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An inpatient who has a complete C8 tetraplegia is about to begin transfer training. What muscle innervations are important for the patient to have in order to complete transfers independently without any assisted equipment from bed to wheelchair?
A) Biceps and wrist extensors
B) Tricps and finger extensors
C) Deltoids and shoulder depressors
D) Triceps and shoulder depressors

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Asked on January 26, 2017 7:56 am
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The triceps and shoulder depressors allow the patient to lower his shoulders and straighten his elbows while pushing on the transfer surface, resulting in the ability to lift his weight up with his arms and push himself from one surface to another.

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Answered on January 27, 2017 9:44 am
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