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Sportverletzungen backstage – von der Akutversorgung zum exzellenten funktionellen Outcome

Sports injuries—from acute care to excellent functional outcome

Zusammenfassung

Mit steigender Popularität des Breitensports steigt die Inzidenz von Sportverletzungen. Durch die Fusion des Facharztes für Orthopädie und des Facharztes für Unfallchirurgie konnte ein wesentlicher Schritt hin zu einer optimalen Patientenversorgung – insbesondere bei Sportverletzungen – gemacht werden. Nicht alle Sportverletzungen benötigen unweigerlich einen hohen Grad an Spezialisierung des Behandlers, dennoch ist dies bei einem Großteil aller Verletzungen sinnvoll und gegebenenfalls sogar relevant für das Outcome. Im vorliegenden Beitrag werden häufige Sportverletzungen exemplarisch geschildert. Zum einen dienen diese Beispiele der Schärfung der präklinischen Betrachtung einer solchen Verletzung, zum anderen führt ein adäquates Herangehen an Sportverletzungen ab der Erstbehandlung des Patienten zu einer qualitativ hochwertigen und sozioökonomisch sinnvollen Patientenversorgung.

Abstract

With the increasing popularity of sports, the incidence of sports injuries is rising. The merger of the specialist in orthopedics and the specialist in trauma surgery has been a significant step towards optimal patient care, especially for treatment of sports injuries. Not all sports injuries require a high degree of specialization by the surgeon, nevertheless specialization is useful for a large proportion of sports injuries and may even be relevant for the outcome. In this article, common sports injuries are described using examples, which serve to increase awareness for these injuries and also illustrate that an adequate approach to sports injuries during the initial treatment leads to high-quality and economical patient care.

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Fleischhacker, E., Maßen, F., Gassner, C. et al. Sportverletzungen backstage – von der Akutversorgung zum exzellenten funktionellen Outcome. Notfall Rettungsmed (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10049-022-01061-5

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Schlüsselwörter

  • Unfallchirurgie
  • Orthopädie
  • Sportverletzungen/Schulter
  • Sportverletzungen/Knie
  • Sportverletzungen/Fuß

Keywords

  • Traumatology
  • Orthopedics
  • Athletic injuries/shoulder
  • Athletic injuries/knee
  • Athletic injuries/foot