postamputation

postamputation

(ˌpəʊstˌæmpjʊˈteɪʃən)
adj
(Surgery) surgery following or occurring after an amputation
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(2) Furthermore, service members with traumatic amputation present different challenges than their dysvascular counterparts as they are typically younger, with excellent premorbid health, and have higher functional expectations postamputation. (3)
However, it has never been described as a postamputation complication in literature.
Alterations of the peripheral nervous system with decreased protective sensation and foot deformities enhance the risk of chronic skin ulcerations on the lower extremities of diabetic subjects, mainly on the foot, that affect 15% of diabetic patients [29], and five-year postamputation, the mortality rate is 50-59% [30].
(c) Representative H&E sections from the wounded tail, dorsal skin, and postamputation area 7 days following wounding.
The amputation of a limb represents a serious disruption of body integrity and is associated with a number of negative consequences, particularly disability and postamputation pain.
Cohen, "Perineural injection of etanercept as a treatment for postamputation pain," The Clinical Journal of Pain, vol.
The current studies at MGI include analgesics outcome study (AOS), understanding opioid use in chronic pain patients, a pivotal study on high-frequency nerve block for postamputation pain, Michigan body map (MBM), and positive piggy bag (https://www.michigangenomics.org/).
Participants were between the age of 18 and 70 yr, wore their prosthesis at least 4 h/d, were at least 6 mo postamputation, were able to walk at a steady pace for at least 30 min on a treadmill, and did not have a dysvascular condition or diabetes.
Morphine versus mexiletine for treatment of postamputation pain: a randomized, placebo-controlled, crossover trial.
Physiatrists, prosthetists, surgeons, and therapists from the US and Canada outline the postamputation care, prosthetic restoration, and functional rehabilitation of the upper and lower extremity in amputee patients.