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Lower-extremity amputation is one of the oldest known surgically performed procedures, dating back to prehistoric times.
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Finally History of Amputation Lower Amputation Prosthesis Care Ancient India Greeks/Romans Medieval Civil War WWI/WWII Vietnam Epidemiology 1989-1992:.
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This is a basic list of terms for your information, and we are happy to provide you with further clarification about these or other terms if you require it. AK - Above the knee – Trans Femoral Alignment - Position of a prosthetic socket in relation to foot and knee Amputation - Removal of all or part of a limb due to infection, injury, tumor, disease or trauma Amputee - A person who has had all or part of a limb removed/amputated or is born without a limb Amputation (Traumatic) - A spontaneous removal of a limb for example as a result of an accident Bilateral - Bi means both, meaning both sides BE - Below elbow - Trans Radial BK - Below the knee - Trans Tibia Carbon Fiber - Non-stretch carbon fabric used to reinforce lightweight composite resin structures, such as prosthetic components and socket Claudication - Pain in the limb upon exertion – due to circulatory insufficiency Congenital limb deficiency - When all or parts of limb/s do not develop normally in the womb or are missing CPO - Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist (also known as CO - CP - CPOT) Disarticulation - Limb is amputated through the joint Doffing - Taking the prosthesis off Donning - Putting the prosthesis on ECG - Electro-Cardiograph, recording of the electrical activity of the heart Edema - Swelling of the tissues (also spelled oedema) Endo - Inside (as in: Endoskeletal Prosthesis – one with internal supporting structures) Exo - Outside (as in: Exoskeletal Prosthesis – one with external rigid fiberglass structure) Gait training - Learning to walk with a prosthesis Interface - Inner surface of socket, or portion of prosthesis closest to the skin Liner - Soft socket rolled or pulled over the residual limb and used for protection, comfort and in some cases as a suspension device Lower extremity - Lower limb Occupational therapy - Training to maximize independence in daily life PPAM - Pneumatic Post Amputation Mobility Aid is an inflatable device (not a prosthesis) that is used by some physiotherapists as part of the rehabilitation programme prior to prosthetic rehabilitation Patella - Kneecap Peripheral vascular disease - Disease of the blood vessels from a variety of causes Phantom pain - Painful feeling in the part of the extremity that has been amputated Phantom sensation - Awareness of the amputated limb although not described as pain Phantom limb - Sensation of the presence of the limb that has been amputated Physical therapy - Therapeutic exercises in order to treat a disease or a disability Pistoning - When a liner stretches so that the stump elongates – or the vertical motion of a residual limb inside a prosthetic socket Prosthesis - A fabricated/artificial substitute for a body part that is missing Prostheses - More than one prosthesis (plural form) Prosthetist (Canadian Certified) - Someone who designs, fits and makes artificial limbs and who’s education and training and expertise is recognized and credentialed by the Canadian Board for Certification of Prosthetists and Orthotists Residual limb - The remaining part of the limb after amputation (the stump) Socket - The part of the prosthesis (artificial limb) that fits around the residual limb – and fits around the Liner or socket insert if one is used Socket insert - A soft form that is contoured to fit around the residual limb and fits inside the Socket to provide for some increased padding and comfort for the residual limb Suction socket - A socket on an artificial leg that excludes the entry of air and is held to the residual limb by the suction of negative pressure maintained within the socket Total contact - Total contact between the residual limb and socket at all points Transradial - Amputation below the elbow (Through the radius and ulna bones) Transfemoral (TF) - Amputation above the knee (Through the femur bone) Transmetasatal (TM) - Amputation through the metatarsal foot bones (Partial foot amputation) Transtibial (TT) - Amputation below the knee (Through the tibia and fibula bones) Transhumeral - Amputation above the elbow (Through the humerus bone) Upper extremity - Upper limb Vascular amputation - Amputation surgery performed as a result of impaired circulation of blood through the blood vessels of the limb.
5. Lower Extremity Prosthetics Flashcards | Quizlet
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Aetna considers lower limb prostheses medically necessary for performing normal daily activities when the following Addition to lower extremity prosthesis.
University of Michigan Orthotics and Prosthetics offers full range of lower extremity prostheses along with complete, compassionate care and treatment.
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Amputation, Traumatic/surgery; Artificial Limbs; Hand/surgery* Humans; Joint Prosthesis; Osseointegration; Upper Extremity.
Our lower-extremity program is devoted to meeting the special needs of all levels of amputation.
History of Postoperative Prosthetics Surviving Lower Extremity ..
While there is a large population of upper extremity amputees, only half are usually fit with a prosthesis.
Activity-Specific Prostheses Activity or adaptive prostheses can describe many A terminal device is the portion of an upper extremity prosthesis.
A lower extremity prosthesis leg can range in cost from ,000.00 to ,000.
Lower extremity prostheses - ATWiki
The level of amputation a person has will, in large measure, determine the type of prosthesis a person will use. Lower-extremity amputation and disarticulation levels include the following (Smith 2004):1. Foot levels including toe, ray, transmetatarsal, tarsometatarsal (Lisfranc), transtarsal (Chopart)2. Ankle levels including Symes, Pirogoff, Boyd, and Boyd-Pirogoff3. Below the knee (transtibial) amputation4. Knee disarticulation5. Above the knee (transfemoral) amputation6. Hip disarticulation7. Hemipelvectomy
Lower-extremity amputations and prosthetics. Prosthetics…
SUBSTANCE: internal softening removable liner can be used for making prosthetic appliances for invalids with defects of lower extremities. Internal softening removable liner has internal and external layers of material and shock absorber placed between layers. Internal layer of material is made of sheet material produced of foamed composite or of cellular polyolefin. Surface of cellular polyolefine turned to cavity of liner is made with grooves communicated together and it is covered with elastic perforated leather.