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She was diagnosed with a deep venous thrombosis of period and compare the profles differences order super cialis 80mg online biking causes erectile dysfunction. Increasing numbers of older amputees with multiple co- Introduction/Background: Successful treatment of diffcult wounds morbidities present a major challenge to Rehabilitation Services requires education of the patient and not just the wound care buy super cialis 80 mg cheap erectile dysfunction treatment urologist. Mate- with signifcant impact on Specialist Rehabilitation Centres as it is rial and Methods: We present a case of non-healing surgical wound unrealistic to prescribe prosthesis for all amputees generic super cialis 80 mg line impotence mental block. He had received parenteral cefazolin the Community by our team after six months to identify outstand- for fve weeks in addition to daily dressing. A retrospective view examination, he had wound on the right below-knee stump (Figure was undertaken of our ‘Non-prosthetic users’ database for three 1a). Clinician realized that patient had effort in order to see his consecutive years (2012–2014). He was advised to in the study group (48 in 2012; 69 in 2013 & 53 in 2014) with use mirror for wound control. Conclusion: A simple prevention may solve com- and 40 had Bilateral Lower-Limb Amputations. Patients with wound should be advised to use ing aetiology was ‘Dysvascularity’ (99) with a high proportion (52) mirror for wound monitoring in order to block traction. We have collected 11 above knee prosthesis following patients abandoning 771 limb wearing. Review of non-prosthetic users is an essen- Jakarta, Indonesia, Bekasi District Hospital, Rehabilitation Med- tial part of the Amputee Care Path to meet appropriate care stand- icine, Bekasi, Indonesia ards for Amputee Rehabilitation. Introduction/Background: In traumatic limb amputee, phantom sensation was based on Neuromatrix theory by Melzack. The purpose of dressings is to help meet the goals of post- 1 2 3 3 4 operative management: healing, providing protection from outside I. Varekova 1University Hospital Hradec Králové and Medical Faculty Charles trauma, managing pain, initiating early weight bearing, controlling edema while properly shaping the residual limb, preventing fexion University in Hra, Department of Rehabilitation, Hradec Králové, contractures and regaining preoperative functional level. Despite Czech Republic, 2Faculty of Physical Culture-Palacky University good clinical outcomes from the use of the rigid dressing in amputee in Olomouc, Department of Physiotherapy, Olomouc, Czech Re- rehabilitation, the practice of immediate application of a rigid dress- public, 3University Hospital Hradec Králove, Department of Reha- ing after amputation has not been universally applied here. Material and Methods: A 20-year-old young man with Congenital Pseudoarthrosis was planned for an elective transtibial Introduction/Background: Most of our patients with lower extrem- amputation as defnite treatment along with prosthetic restoration. However, some patients are repeatedly hospitalized for dergone multiple surgeries since childhood. Immediate post amputation rigid dressing with Plaster perimental group consisted of 24 men (11 above-knee amputees and of Paris was applied in the operative theatre and changed on post op 13 below-knee amputees; age 64. No other above-knee amputees, the walking and stair climbing were signif- complications were encountered. Conclusion: The repeated in-patient rehabilitation is benefcial in the lower limb amputees including the below-knee ones. Early and independent Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia mobilization develops confdence in the below knee amputee. This helps the patient to become psychologically, socially and economi- Introduction/Background: Mobility in patients who undergo lower cally independent. In this study we compared mobilization status of limb amputation stays as main issue in amputee rehabilitation, diabetics versus non-diabetics amputees. Material and Methods: This where the main aim is to get the patients to achieve independent was a 2 years prospective and 10 years retrospective study. Poor overall aspects of qual- of 144 below knee amputees using various supports for mobilization ity of life following lower limb amputation is much secondary to were included in this study of which 63 were diabetics and 81 non restricted mobility. On mance with a prosthesis is associated with its increased use fol- follow up they were observed for the type of support used for mobi- lowing rehabilitation. Results: Of 144 amputees, 92 patients initially used crutches would involve self donning and doffng, the amputees need to have for mobilization. This research aimed to study the association remained bed ridden before they died. Of 92 patients using crutches, between hand muscle strength and hand function with ability to 22 were in diabetic group and 70 in non diabetic group. Results: Mean hand grip strength in this group J Rehabil Med Suppl 55 Poster Abstracts 225 was 24. Increasing K- an underlying congenital limb defciency (right transverse defect at level was associated with increasing hand grip strength (p<0. Prosthesis use was found to be signifcantly associated age of 8 years, as he initially walked without any customised foot- with hand grip strength in multivariate analysis. Conclusion: Hand grip weakness present signifcantly in the lower Results: The ulcer had measured 2 cm × 2 cm ×1 cm. Hand function and demographic fac- patient on the effcacy of casting and the duration of non-weight tors had no signifcant association with ability to ambulate. Yasuy- Turkey oshi2 1University of Tsukuba Hospital, Department of Rehabilitation Introduction/Background: Pressure ulcer is defned as a localised 2 injury to the skin or underlying tissue, frequently occurring over Medicine, Tsukuba, Japan, Ibaraki Prefectural University of bony prominences. It remains a signifcant healthcare concern today Health Sciences, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ami, Ja- pan, 3Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Depart- for the clinicians. The heel and the sacrum are the most common ment of Orthopaedic Surgery, Ami, Japan, 4Ibaraki Prefectural areas affected. Numerous papers have reported that heel wounds in particular are associated with poorer outcomes when compared with University of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, other parts of the foot. Herein, we present a case who had pressure Ami, Japan, 5Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences, ulcer on his heel and successfully treated with medical honey dress- Department of Occupational Therapy, Ami, Japan, 6Meiji Yasuda ing. Material and Methods: We summarize the case of a 33-year- Life Foundation of Health and Welfare, Physical Fitness Research old man who had sustained complete paraplegia at T11 level for Institute, Hachioji, Japan, 7Tsukuba International University, De- 2 months and pressure ulcer. Medical grade honey wound dressing was applied every other 9 pan, University of Tsukuba, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, day. Conclusion: Various dressing materials have Introduction/Background: In adaptive sports, the risk of secondary been used for dressing the pressure ulcers. This study aimed to investigate ing is a cheap and practical material using in developing countries. Despite good clinical outcomes, the practice of applica- lower serum creatinine level (p=0. Material and Methods: A 38 year-old gentleman with is necessary for players to maintain a sporting life. Therefore, we additionally applied the pre-ischial shelf Further analyses and long-term follow-up are indicated to evaluate between the wheelchair seat and the cushion. A total 77 patients with spinal cord injury underwent in- terface pressure mapping during period were included in this study. The interface pressure was subsequently obtained with the pre-ischial shelf inserted under the seat cushion. With the pre-ischial shelf, the average 1University Science Malaysia, Department of Orthopaedic, Kota and peak pressure was signifcantly reduced to 44. The contact area was signifcantly Bharu, Malaysia, University of Malaya, Department of Internal 2 Medicine, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 3University of Malaya, De- increased to 1,216. Conclusion: For spinal cord injury patient, pre-ischial shelves will help to reduce pressure partment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during sitting. Our most signifcant fnding was that 1 45% of those clients reporting deterioration identifed mood prob- Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sci- ences, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, 2University of Malaya Medical lems as a factor.

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