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Title: Features of the rehabilitation of patients with fractures of the humeral diaphysis after osteosynthesis
Other Titles: Cechy rehabilitacji pacjentów ze złamaniami trzonu kości ramiennej po osteosyntezie
Authors: Kononenko, S. V.
Pelypenko, O. V.
Kovalov, O. S.
Кононенко, Сергій Володимирович
Пелипенко, Олександр Васильович
Ковальов, Олександр Сергійович
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Aluna Publishing
Citation: Kononenko S. V. Features of the rehabilitation of patients with fractures of the humeral diaphysis after osteosynthesis / S. V. Kononenko, O. V. Pelypenko, O. S. Kovalov // Acta Balneologica. – 2022. – T. LXIV, № 5 (171). – С. 390–394.
Abstract: Aim: Determination of the target criteria of physical rehabilitation and the optimal time of their implementation depending on the methods of fixation of fractures of the humeral diaphysis. materials and methods: The results of treatment of 59 patients with diaphyseal humeral fractures have been studied. All patients underwent extra- or intramedullary osteosynthesis. Results: In the absence of satisfactory stability of fracture fixation (Group A), passive movements and no active movements are recommended, especially in the presence of free bone fragments that serve as a site for muscle insertion (Group A1). The presence of free fragments with stable fixation (Groups B1 and B2) determined the possibility of active adduction and abduction movements of the shoulder. Complexes of physical rehabilitation exercises with the exclusion or prohibition of active rotational movements have been chosen for patients of Groups C1 and C2. Conclusions: The proposed system of distribution of physical load during the rehabilitation period according to the “ABC” type provides a biomechanically based approach to the rehabilitation process.
Keywords: rehabilitation
shoulder muscles
humeral fracture
mięśnie barku
złamanie kości ramiennej
DOI: 10.36740/ABAL202205102
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