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4-Point Gait Crutches Walking Pattern Demonstration Nursing Skill

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Four-point gait crutches walking pattern demonstration review for
NCLEX assistive devices and nurses.

One of the gaits that you'll have to learn for crutches is the 4-point gait. An example of a four point gait crutch pattern would be the patient moving the right crutch first (on the injured side), followed by the left foot, then the left crutch, and then the right foot. Then, you'll repeat this pattern.

In addition to this video, we have an entire compilation that features the various crutch gait patterns, as well as walkers and canes:



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