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Rehabilitation nach spinalem Trauma bei Kindern

  • M. Haschemi
  • K. Müller
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Zusammenfassung

Ziel der rehabilitativen Therapie rückenmarksverletzter Kinder und Jugendlicher ist es, eine Rückkehr in den Alltag und weitgehende Selbstständigkeit zu ermöglichen: Je nach Läsionshöhe sind komplexe Hilfsmittelunterstützungen erforderlich, die eine sorgfältige Planung der Hilfsmittelversorgung erforderlich machen. Neben rein sensomotorischen Defiziten können autonome Dysfunktionen und Störungen der Ausscheidungsfunktionen bestehen. Das Risiko für die Entstehung von Hautulzerationen erhöht das Morbiditätsrisiko. Edukative Elemente in der Rehabilitationsbehandlung können helfen, Sekundärkomplikationen zu verhindern.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Klinik für NeuropädiatrieSt. Mauritius Therapieklinik MeerbuschMeerbuschDeutschland
  2. 2.Klinik für NeuropädiatrieSt. Mauritius Therapieklinik MeerbuschMeerbuschDeutschland

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