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  1. Some of the instruction for assisting a wheelchair-bound person was helpful. What if the back of the w/c is removable? What would you do if an elderly stroke survivor is choking while sitting in a recliner or on a sofa, and the doctor says no chest compressions due to risk of bone fractures?

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