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BOOK REVIEW PRESENTATION

Md. Mahmudul Hoque


Roll: D-406
54th Foundation Training
Course

The common thing?

They all are handicapped

Profile of the Book


Title: Handling the Handicapped:
A guide to the lifting and
movement of disabled people
Published By: Wood-head Faulkner in
association with the Chartered
Society of Physiotherapy (1980)
8 chapters, 8 authors
Targets the doctors, nurses, helpers
and handicapped people

Subject Matters
Introduction of whole subject
Assessing the situation
Rules and mechanical principles of
handling
General mobility
Hoists and beds
Wheelchairs
Swimming by handicapped
Riding by handicapped

Introduction of whole subject

J. Henry Smith

Assessing the situation

S Y Saywell

Rules and Mechanical Principles of handling and lifting

P. J. Wadiingdon and M. Hollis

General Mobility

P. J. Wadiingdon and M. Hollis

Hoists and Beds

Veronica R. Adams

Wheelchairs

J. Tanner

Handling in the Swimming

E. C. Trusell and P. J.

Mounting and Dismounting

S Y Saywell

Structural Arrangements

It holds the interest of the readers


Lack of inherence
A handy text book specially for the
nurses
Over quality : Good

Significance of the Book

the value of a life


easy and lucid language
techniques and methods
useful addresses of related
organizations
Pictorial presentation

Limitations

Outdated
No introduction of chartered society
of physiotherapy
Black and white pictures
Not finely designed insides
Title of the book: too straight
forward!

Final Comments

opinions and suggestion regarding


the subject matter
Thought outdated but still relevant
originates ground knowledge
makes a network among the
handicapped, the helper, the
supplier, the nurse, the supplier and
the researcher

References

http://listverse.com/2010/01/18/top-1
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ies
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www.googleimage.com
http://www.specialolympics.org.bd/

Thank you

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