Massage with swelling of the lungs

MASSAGE WITH PNEUMONIA (INFLAMMATION OF LUNGS)

Pneumonia is an infectious disease, the causethe occurrence of which is hypothermia, neuropsychic and physical overload and other factors that cause a decrease in the resistance of the organism. There is a high fever (38-40 degrees), coughing (dry, then with sputum separation), chills, side pain, increasing with cough and inspiration, rapid breathing. Massage with pneumonia is prescribed at the final stage of treatment to eliminate the residual effects of the disease. In this case, he improves the general condition of the patient, strengthens his respiratory muscles, increases blood and lymph circulation in the lungs.

Massage is carried out in the following sequence:

1. Massage the front surface of the chest.

4. Repeated massage of the front surface of the chest.

Massage of the front surface of the chest

1. Stroking (in the direction from the bottom up to the axillary lymph nodes).

2. Squeezing (excluding the mammary gland in women and the nipple area in men).

3. Meningling of the pectoralis major muscle:

a) ordinary;
b) double ring;
c) phalanges of bent fingers;
d) circular beaklike.

6. Mutilation of intercostal spaces:

a) rectilinear with the pads of the fingers (alternately);
b) rectilinear cushions of four fingers;
c) circular pads of four fingers;
d) rectilinear cushion of the thumb;
e) zigzag-shaped thumb pad.

8. Rubbing of the clavicle and the places of its attachment.

1. Stroking the entire surface of the back.

3. Kneading long back muscles:

a) circular pincushion of the thumb;
b) circular pads of four fingers;
c) "tweezed";
d) circular pads of thumbs.

4. Mutilation of the widest back muscles:

a) ordinary;
b) double neck;
c) double ring;
d) a circular phalanx of bent fingers.

5. Mowing the site between the spine, scapula, suprapatrubular region:

a) rectilinear phalanxes of bent fingers;
b) circular with the rib of the thumb;
c) the circular shape of the big toe.

Neck and trapezius muscle massage

a) ordinary;
b) double ring;
c) circular pads of four fingers;
d) a circular phalanx of bent fingers;
e) circular with the radial side of the brush.

Repeated massage of the front surface of the chest (see above).

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