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Posttraumatische Schmerzsyndrome der unteren Extremität

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Trauma und Berufskrankheit

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Verletzungen der unteren Extremität sind die Ursache des akuten posttraumatischen Schmerzes. Dieser akute Schmerz kann die Grundlage für die Ausbildung chronischer Schmerzen sein. Oberstes schmerztherapeutisches Behandlungsziel ist es, eine Chronifizierung zu verhindern bzw. bei chronischen Schmerzen einem Fortschreiten des Chronifizierungsprozesses entgegen zu wirken. Hierbei stellt die interdisziplinäre Teamarbeit das entscheidende Behandlungskonzept dar. Nur durch die Interdisziplinarität können der chronische Schmerz in seinen biopsychosozialen Entstehungsmechanismen behandelt und der Verletzte wieder in das Erwerbsleben reintegriert werden.

Abstract

Acute posttraumatic pain results from injuries to the lower extremity. Such acute pain can be the initial step in the development of chronic pain. The main aim of treatment for pain is to prevent pain from becoming chronic, or in the case of pain that is already chronic, to counteract the processes leading to its perpetuation. This goal cannot be achieved without interdisciplinary teamwork. Only an interdisciplinary approach can make it possible to treat chronic pain within its biopsychosocial modes of development and ultimately to achieve social and economic reintegration of the patient.

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Jakubetz, J., zur Nieden, K., Hose, H. et al. Posttraumatische Schmerzsyndrome der unteren Extremität. Trauma Berufskrankh 5, 208–214 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10039-003-0727-y

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