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M17 - MPH-MAPO - What it is referred to as PC (Partially Cooperative) and NC (Non Cooperative)?
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Partially cooperative (PC) are patients with “some” motor capacity to rise or move. They require assistance, even if it is minimal to carry out the mobilization, although the user collaborates by reducing the necessary effort.

In summary, a patient who moves or rises only partially in mobilization operations.

Non cooperative (NC) are patients who can not give practically any help to carry out the mobilization. It may be a passive user or there may be added problems such as resistance, combativeness or unexpected movements. In these cases, the mobilizations should always be done with mechanical means.

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