Patient Activity Orders

complete bedrest

bedrest with bathroom privileges

the patient may sit and dangle his/her feet over the edge of the bed

Up in chair c assist * 15min.
the patient may sit in a chair with the assistance of member of the nursing staff

BRP when A & O
the patient may use the bathroom as desired when alert and oriented

Up in hall
the patient may walk in the hall

Up as tol
the patient may be out of bed as much as he or she can physically tolerate

Up ad lib
the patient has no restrictions on activity

the patient may be out of bed

patient may be up as desired

walk c assistance
physio or RN will assist patient to walk

activity as tolerated

May shower
the patient may have a shower

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