Passive leg raise

▶️ Watch the video on how to give a passive leg raise in 60 seconds

This video illustrates the four steps to doing a passive leg raise


Step 1 - Get baseline
Step 2 - 60 seconds challenge
Step 3 - Return to normal position
Step 4 - View change in Hemodynamic Parameters


Please note a PLR should only be performed if the patient’s clinical condition warrants it

 

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