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Posterpräsentationen - Prothetik

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Posterpräsentationen - Prothetik

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#1/20

ePoster

Zugewinn an Gangsicherheit und Raumorientierung für Prothesen-Träger aufgrund eines integrierten MCT-Liners im Prothesen-Schaft

Zusammenfassung: Durch die vom MCT Liner bei jedem Schritt ausgeübte Stimulation auf Stumpf und Muskulatur verspürt der Amputierte eine deutliche Verbesserung sowohl beim Gehen als auch bei der Raumorientierung.

Stahl, Kristin
#2/20

ePoster

Analysis of patient-reported musculoskeletal pain with use of a powered ankle-foot component

Zusammenfassung: In an online survey, 41 unilateral transtibial amputees using a powered prosthetic foot daily reported significant improvements in knee pain, low-back pain, Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Score and Oswestry Disability Index compared to a recall for their previous passive carbon fiber foot.

Kannenberg, Andreas
#3/20

ePoster

Effects of weight bearing in a negative pressure environment on residual limb tissue oxygenation

Zusammenfassung: There is little evidence showing changes in residual limb tissue oxygenation when weight bearing and non-weight bearing or the impact of elevated vacuum pressure on these changes. The purpose here is to explore this gap.

Wernke, Matthew
#4/20

ePoster

Effect of elevated vacuum pressure during inactivity on residual limb circulation

Zusammenfassung: Theory suggests elevated vacuum suspension draws fluuid into the limb. Here we test this theory by measuring changes in skin tissue oxygenation during rest under elevated vacuum pressure.

Wernke, Matthew
#5/20

ePoster

The effect of socket movement on limb health

Zusammenfassung: While it is obvious that movement of the limb inside the socket should be minimized for optimal prosthetic control, it is not well understood if there are negative consequences for limb health by overcompensating for movement. Here we study the impact of socket movement on limb health.

Wernke, Matthew
#6/20

ePoster

The role of the stump muscles in prosthesis control: a new measurement protocol to investigate stump muscles activity during walking

Zusammenfassung: Prosthesis control represents a challenging research topic. This study focuses on the role of stump muscle activity, which has not been explored in depth yet. Based on an ultrasound analysis of the stump, electromyography electrodes are integrated in a test socket and 3D gait analysis is conducted.

Scharr, Sara
#7/20

ePoster

Are mobility-related outcome measures affected by varying combinations of prosthetic componentry?

Zusammenfassung: This study investigates the effects of combining prosthetic knee and ankle devices with and without microprocessor control and hydraulic articulation, respectively. MPK and hydraulic ankle use improved performance in clinical mobility assessments in people with unilateral transfemoral amputation.

Hughes, Liam
#8/20

ePoster

Clinical predictors for improvement in outcomes after lower limb prosthetic fittings

Zusammenfassung: In a retrospective chart review including over 900 lower limb prosthetic fittings, lower mobility level, shorter time post-amputation and bilateral amputation were found to be associated with a greater proportion of patients showing clinical improvement.

Lundstrom, Russ
#9/20

ePoster

Microprocessor knees for bilateral amputees

Zusammenfassung: While updating the Genium prosthetic knee, bilateral amputees displayed perception of balance, function, and mobility comparable to unilateral amputees.

Morris, Arri
#10/20

ePoster

Improvements in health-related user outcomes with microprocessor feet

Zusammenfassung: Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) were compared between microprocessor foot (MPF) users and non-microprocessor prosthetic feet (NMPF) users. The findings indicated improvements in ambulation and transferring, reductions in pain and a trend towards reducing stumble and fall frequency.

Laszczak, Piotr
#11/20

ePoster

Clinical outcome measures - Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der verfügbaren Instrumente in der Prothetik

Zusammenfassung: Zur Bewertung der Rehabilitation und für die Optimierung der Versorgungsergebnisse werden Clinical Outcome Measures (OM) eingesetzt. Im Beitrag werden auf der Basis einer Literaturanalyse Möglichkeiten und Grenzen dieser Instrumente zusammengefasst.

Dlugoszek, Annika
#12/20

ePoster

Pressure measurements in prosthetic sockets of transfemoral amputees during ambulation and the relationship with socket fit: A systematic review

Zusammenfassung: The review presents pressure data at the stump-socket interface of transfemoral amputees (TFAs) during normal gait. Eight scientific papers were analysed to suggest a quantitative relationship between pressure and socket fitting conditions, and to propose experimental protocols for future studies.

Ko, Siu-Teing
#13/20

ePoster

Varos socket system - a pilot study for the clinical use in the early phase of rehabilitation

Zusammenfassung: Prosthetic socket is one of important part as it involved interface or connecting link between stump and prosthetic components. The objective of this study was a clinical examination of the first patients that were fitted using Varos socket.

Nia, Arastoo
#14/20

ePoster

Analysis of sensitivity and correlation of selected self-reported clinical outcomes in lower-limb prosthetic application based on real world data

Zusammenfassung: The analysis of the data from the Outcome Registry has shown that the following self-reported outcomes: EQ-5D-5L, PLUS-M, LCI, ABC Scale, Socket Comfort Score, and satisfaction are well suited to measure the impact of an intervention related to lower limb prosthetics.

Maciejasz, Pawel
#15/20

ePoster

The future of prosthetics: affordable, 3D-printed, multi-grip myoelectric prostheses for children

Zusammenfassung: In the UK, a Bristol-based prosthetics company have been awarded a development contract from the NHS (National Health Service) to conduct the world’s first clinical trial for low-cost 3D-printed stylish bionic arms for children.

Gibbard, Joel
#16/20

ePoster

Prospects for the use of additive technologies in prosthetics of patients with amputation defects at the lower limb

Zusammenfassung: Using 3D-technology, five BK prostheses were made, which were used in the experimental prosthetics of patients. The connection of the receiving sockets with adjusting and connecting devices is screw. Walking on experimental prostheses was slightly different from walking on standard prostheses.

Golovin, Mikhail
#17/20

ePoster

Osseointegration - Chance nach 37 Jahren ohne Prothese

Zusammenfassung: Die von uns vorgestellte Patientin wurde 1982 OS amputiert. Nach vielfachen Versuchen einer prothetischen Versorgung hat die Patientin aufgegeben sich mit einer Prothese versorgen zu lassen. Nach der erfolgreichen Osseointegration konnte sie im Februar 2019 erstmalig wieder auf 2 Beinen stehen.

Münch, Thomas
#18/20

ePoster

Standardisiertes, individuelles Konzept zur Prothesengebrauchsschulung der oberen Extremität

Zusammenfassung: Wir bieten Einblick in ein standardisiertes, individuell anpassbares Konzept zur Prothesengebrauchsschulung der oberen Extremität.Dies dient zur Steigerung der Teilhabe im Alltag, im Beruf und dem sozialen Umfeld bei Versorgung mit einer Prothese.

Fürst, Alexander
#19/20

ePoster

Prosthesis satisfaction in lower limb amputees, a systematic review of associated factors and questionnaires

Zusammenfassung: Patient prosthesis satisfaction is an important objective in rehabilitation treatment but often not fully achieved. Many factors influence satisfaction and these can be categorized in aspects of the prosthesis and residual limb, while relevance seems to be related to patient characteristics.

Baars, Erwin C.T.
#20/20

ePoster

Investigating clinical outcomes of trans-femoral interface (socket) fabrication using a novel direct lamination method

Zusammenfassung: An investigation into potential benefits of a novel trans-femoral (TF) interface fabrication procedure where the socket is shaped and laminated directly onto the user. Preliminary findings are presented from clinical outcomes of n=40 participants after using direct lamination interfaces for 6 weeks.

Walker, Joel