Prothetik: Outcome measures aus internationaler Sicht
CCO, Saal 1
The reference values for the selected outcome measures used in the field of lower limb prosthetics have been calculated based on the data collected in the Outcome Registry. They are consistent with the literature data and may be used as a reference especially in the daily clinical routine.
This study was done to assess the value of using a checklist during certified prosthetist orthotist (CPO) consultation and found that checklist use identified additional factors of dissatisfaction regarding the prothesis and residual limb and improved the quality of consultation.
A retrospective study from four US clinics examined AMP scores obtained during lower limb fittings. The results provide reference data by amputation level and mobility grade (K-Level), but also reveal differences between sites in how the AMP is used in the assignment of K-Level.
ISPO, funded by USAID through UNOPS in support of ATscale, facilitated a global consensus process to develop a core dataset which could be used, and is to be promoted around the globe. The LEAD was completed in the second half of 2021 and is now in the process of being rolled out and pilot study.
Die Annahme, dass sich die Lebensqualität von transfemoral Oberschenkelamputierten durch die Versorgung mit einem mikroprozessorgesteuerten Kniegenlenk verbessern lässt, konnte anhand einer klinischen Testung und Befragung mittels „Prosthesis Evaluation Questionnaire“ (PEQ) ermittelt werden.