Thursday, November 07, 2013

Islamic Input In Orthopaedics (IIIO)

We had IIIO scheduled today. In the morning, we had case discussions where each group prepared slides and presented them. In the evening, we had a more practical session.  

The manual for IIIO
Morning session started at 8.15am. We were joined by first batch of IIUM Physiotherapy students. Our guest lecturer was an ustaz from IIUM Gombak.

Question number 4

 Here are our group's prepared slides to answer those questions above:
Assessment of DFU patient

Indications for Below Knee Amputation (BKA)

Definition of alternative and complementary medicine

Islamic perceptions of these treatments

Management of the amputated part

In the evening session, our group was given this question no 4:
It started at 2pm, but students had to gather at 130pm for preparation

We had 6 stations altogether.
POP casts and skin traction were prepared earlier.

Case No 1 : Paraplegic patient, wears diapers, on urine drainage. How to perform ablution and solat?
Using a water spray, and need help from an assistant to perform wudhu'.
He can pray by lying down.
No need to clamp the CBD. Have to change the diaper though.

Case No 3 : Patient with arm sling on POP cast.
Since water will ruin the cast, so we just spray the exposed part with water for wudhu'.

Like this.
A husband can ask his wife to help him perform wudhu'.
In this case, it will not nullify his wudhu when the wife touches her husband.

Can you pray standing when you have a fractured radius/ulna and on cast?

No. It is advisable to pray by sitting down on a chair.
To prevent swelling of your forearm.
However, if you wear the cast for weeks and the fractures already healed, then you can pray standing.

Light moment :D

Case No 2 : Patient with back sore. How to do dressing, take wudhu' and pray? 

Hasibah showed us the way :)

The sore needs to be covered because we need a clean state to pray. Blood and pus are impure.
Wudhu' using water spray. Pray lying down.

Case No 4 : Patient on POP left upper limb, boot cast left foot, skin traction on right lower limb.
You can take wudhu' by tayammum (dry ablution using sand or dust).
Pray lying down.

Love this picture!
Not very sharp though. I wish I brought a digital camera!

Case No 5 : Patient with amputated upper limb.
How to take wudhu' and pray?

Tayammum. And pray standing.

Zaim showed us how to do tayammum

Ustaz demonstrated the correct way

Mr.Fadzli came by too

Case No 6 : Patient with Charcot foot and foot ulcer.
How to pray and take ablution?
Tayammum since you cannot use water at the ulcer area.

Solat by sitting down.

Almost to the enddd :D

The workshop ended at about 430pm. It was a long day, but full of Islamic inputs.

We will have another workshop tomorrow. On Basic Trauma & Rescucitation Course (BTRC).

You have a good day! :)

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