Medical – social rehabilitation in a case of the metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis at the children

Degtyar, Valeryi A. and Baibakov, Volodymyr M. and Lukianenko, Dmytro M. (2019) Medical – social rehabilitation in a case of the metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis at the children. Wiadomości Lekarskie=Medical News, 72,N 5 (cz. II). pp. 983-987. ISSN 0043-5147


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Introduction: Surgeons and orthopedists, which carried out medical and rehabilitative measures at the patients with metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis did not pay attention to the socio-psychological rehabilitation. The aim: Purpose of research is determination volume of methods for rehabilitation this group of patients. Materials and methods: We investigated contingent of persons (53 respondents), who were treated in the clinic 20 years ago with severe complications and consequences of metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis (MEO). Results: In our study we carried out sociological survey, using own questionnaire. On the basic question of the questionnaire – does the disease influence to the realization of vital important plans in a patient’s life, 8(15.1%) respondents had been answered, that osteomyelitis destroyed all plans in their life. Conclusions: The given conclusion was shown primary among male - patients – 18.2%, than among female – only 10% (p >0.05). Volume of rehabilitation we combined with issues of abilitation – the system of therapeutic measures, which should prevent and eliminate pathological conditions at the children with metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis. In the article was scientifically proved the following stages of rehabilitation of children with metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis: treatment of metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis in the acute period and clinical supervision by the surgeon and orthopedist up to 2 years (rehabilitation); recovery of the structure and function of affected segment of a limb during growth of the patient (clinical observation and correction by orthopedist); correction consequences of the metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Wiad Lek 2019, 72, 5 cz. II, 983-987
Uncontrolled Keywords: children, metaepiphyseal osteomyelitis, medical-social rehabilitation, bone structure, metaphyseal region
Subjects: Pediatric orthopedics
Divisions: Departments > Department of Pediatric surgery, Traumatology and Orthopedics
Depositing User: Елена Шрамко
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2019 08:51
Last Modified: 08 Nov 2019 08:51

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