Spezielle Operationstechniken und Hinweise zur Nachbehandlung

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Zusammenfassung

Die detaillierte Darstellung der einzelnen Operationstechniken, die uns aktuell für die Behandlung der Zerebralparese zur Verfügung stehen, bildet einen zentralen Pfeiler im Therapiekapitel. Durch genaue Informationen zum Operationsprinzip, zur Indikationsstellung, zur Vorbereitung des Patienten, zur Technik und zur Nachbehandlung sowie zu den Besonderheiten der jeweiligen Methode, möglichen Problemen und den Ergebnissen wird dem Leser ein umfassendes Bild jedes einzelnen Operationsverfahrens angeboten. Auf diese Weise wird es dem Anwender leichter möglich, zwischen den einzelnen Techniken die für den jeweiligen Patienten am besten geeignete auszuwählen. Selbstverständlich beinhalten Auswahl ebenso wie Darstellung auch subjektive Komponenten. Allerdings wird dieser Umstand durch die jahrelange Verfeinerung der Techniken und die Beschränkung auf Bewährtes unserer Ansicht nach ausgeglichen. Der Anwender wird seine persönlich bewährten Modifikationen wählen, die in ähnliche Weise zielführend sein können, wenn das Prinzip der jeweiligen Operation beachtet wird.

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