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Multiple stage tissue expansion for reconstruction of scalp nevocellular nevus in pediatric age group

Hiba AlBurshaid, Yasir Ali Alshehri, Lamya AlAbdulrahman, Reem AlJehani & Hussein Fadaak
Aim: To present a rare case of giant congenital nevocellular nevus in a 7-year-old girl’s scalp and to highlight our management steps and outcomes. Case description: An otherwise healthy 7-year-old girl presented to plastic surgery clinic with a giant congenital nevus (GCN) that covered almost her entire scalp that was treated successfully with tissue expander three times over a period of 14 months. A total of 34 cm width of skin, which comprised 78% of...

Pädiatrisches Notfallmanagement an hessischen Kinderkliniken

Marieke Hoffmann, Nadine Mand & Tina Stibane
Hintergrund: Pädiatrische Notfälle und insbesondere Reanimationen sind äußerst selten, weshalb die Mehrzahl der Pfleger und Ärzte keine Routine erreichen können. Durch Simulationstrainings kann eben diese durch wiederholte Übungen in geschütztem Umfeld trainiert[zum vollständigen Text gelangen Sie über die oben angegebene URL]

„Einander schätzen – im Team versorgen“ – Interesse der Teilnehmer*innen am Interprofessionellen Lernen von Medizinstudierenden mit therapeutischen Gesundheitsberufen und mit Pflegeschüler*innen an Simulationspersonen (SP)

Hanna Ritzhaupt, Andrea Schönbauer & Tina Stibane
Hintergrund: Im Skills Lab Maris der Philipps-Universität in Marburg findet seit Wintersemester 2017/18 interprofessionelles Lernen (IPL) curricular für alle beteiligten Studierenden und Auszubildenden statt. Ca. 200 Lernende aus den teilnehmenden Berufsgruppen (Medizin, Physio- und Ergotherapie,[zum vollständigen Text gelangen Sie über die oben angegebene URL]

Teamarbeit in pädiatrischen Notfallsituationen

Michelle Schöttler, Nadine Mand, Andreas Leonhardt & Tina Stibane
Hintergrund: Pädiatrische Notfälle und insbesondere pädiatrische Reanimationen sind seltene Ereignisse, für die im klinischen Alltag für die Mehrzahl des pflegerischen und ärztlichen Personals keine Routine erreicht werden kann. In Simulationstrainings können diese[zum vollständigen Text gelangen Sie über die oben angegebene URL]

„Einander schätzen – im Team versorgen“ – Die Moderation im Interprofessionellen Lernen von Medizinstudierenden mit therapeutischen Gesundheitsberufen und mit Pflegeschüler*innen an Simulationspersonen (SP)

Maja Kleim, Andrea Schönbauer & Tina Stibane
Hintergrund: Im Skills Lab Maris der Philipps-Universität in Marburg findet seit Sommersemester 2017 interprofessionelles Lernen (IPL), durch eine Anschubfinanzierung der Robert-Bosch-Stiftung bis zum Sommer 2018 und seither vom Fachbereich Medizin finanziert, curricular für alle Studierenden[zum vollständigen Text gelangen Sie über die oben angegebene URL]

National survey of evaluation practices and performance-guided resource allocation at German medical schools

Sarah Schiekirka-Schwake, Janina Barth, Josef Pfeilschifter, Reinhard Hickel, Tobias Raupach & Christoph Herrmann-Lingen
Background: Little is known about evaluation practices as well as performance-oriented allocation of resources according to teaching quality at German medical schools. For this reason, the Association of the Scientific Medical Societies in Germany and the German Association of Medical Faculties aimed to analyse current practices at German medical schools. Methods: Data were collected by a questionnaire which was sent to all medical schools in Germany. Results: 30 medical schools with 33 undergraduate medical programs...

What is the effect of a community based exercise intervention for people with dementia?

Jung-Cheng Yang, Jui-Chi Hsu, Yu-Lin Lai, Yi-Chun Chein, Yi-Chen Tsai, Lu-Yean Hung, Hsiao-Ting Tsai, Chia-Chen Chou, Hsiao-Yuan Lee, An-Chi Huang, Ching-Fei Lo & Wun-Hung Chen
Background: Exercise intervention is effective to prevent or delay disability in people with dementia [ref:1], however the effects of a community based exercise intervention for a city in Taiwan still needs to be investigated. Aim: To investigate the effects of community based exercise [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Using mental imagery in stroke rehabilitation in Saudi Arabia

Najla Alhashil, Eirini Kontou & Kate Radford
Background: Mental imagery (MI) is the experience of creating images of movements in the mind. It is a cost-effective method used in rehabilitation to promote post-stroke recovery. Findings from randomised clinical trials have suggested that the practice of MI improves functional stroke recovery. [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The relationship between pathological worrying and working memory capacity in a psychosomatic rehabilitation population

Judith Held, Laura Ramadani, Andreea Visla, Christine Wolfer, Volker Köllner & Christoph Flückiger
Background: Pathological worries are core symptoms in many mental disorders. Worry binds cognitive resources, reduces performance and attentional control, and impacts negatively on information processing. It is unclear whether this rule applies to across different levels of worrying, from normal to [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Upper extremity rehabilitation game motivates persons with Parkinson’s disease to achieve higher functionality

Imre Cikajlo, Dejana Zajc, Irena Dolinšek & Karmen Peterlin-Potisk
Background: Parkinson's disease is a progressive disease and is often managed by medication therapy and sometimes also deep brain stimulation. Physiotherapy can provide additional functional improvement of motor control of small and precise movements. Aim: The study investigated the functional[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The influence of response shift on the outcome measurement in patients suffering degenerative knee complaints

Stefan Dalichau, Helena Albrecht & Torsten Möller
Background: To evaluate the effects of rehabilitation measures, the indirect measurement of change is considered a clinical standard. In non-controlled studies, the occurrence of patients' response shifts (RS) from the first to the second measurement point may lead to a falsification of the true[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The impact of early intervention in infants preterm and in their familiar environment

Margarita Pérez-Bonilla, Eloy Girela López, Pablo Casado Adam, Josefina Jiménez López & Fernando J. Mayordomo Riera
Background: Early intervention in newborns at risk, that is, those under 32 weeks of gestation and less than 1.5 kg in weight, started in the neonatal intensive care units practically from birth, prevents motor and cognitive deterioration and is therefore very necessary and beneficial, given that both[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The effects of low bone mineral density on pain, quality of life and fatigue in the patients with epilepsy

Cagri Unal-Ulutatar, Gonca Yazici, Ipek Midi & Gulseren Akyuz
Background: Low bone mineral density (BMD) may occur in epilepsy patients due to antiepileptic use [ref:1]. Aim: To investigate the effects of low BMD seen in epileptic patients who use antiepileptics on pain, quality of life (QoL) and fatigue. Method: Epileptic patients with bone mineral[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The effect of assisted-robotic gait training on Lokomat device on aerobic capacity in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy

Marijana Zen Jurancic, Hermina Damjan, Katja Groleger Sršen, Irena Jemec Stukelj, Branka Vipavec & Marija Pibernik
Background: Studies show that aerobic capacity of children and adolescents with cerebral palsy (CP), which are classified as CP GMFCS (Gross Motor Function Classification System) level I and II, is significantly lower compared to healthy subjects. The assisted-robotic gait training was performed. The[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The effects of balance training with balance system in patients with multiple sclerosis

Hilal Gur, Gulten Karaca, Murat Alpua & Ayse Nur Demir
Background: Patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can present with different combinations of functional deficits, such as loss of balance, poor coordination, weakness, spasticity, gait disabilities and fall risk [ref:1]. Aim: The objective of this study to determine the effects of balance[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The development of regeneration orientation and resistance orientation in the course of routine inpatient psychosomatic rehabilitation

Michael Linden & Josephine Otto
Background: A primary goal of medical rehabilitation is to assist the return to work. A therapeutic problem in this regard is stress intolerance of patients. This can be treated by training of resistance and hardiness, which allows to withstand in the face of demands. On the other hand, patients are[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The assessment of muscular characteristics using tensiomyography in hemiplegic stroke patients

Shin Who Park, Won Kim & Kyoung Hyo Choi
Background: Tensiomyography (TMG) has been used to assess muscular characteristics of the lower extremity. However, in stroke patients, the TMG characteristics have not been reported to date. Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate the functional behavior and stiffness of muscles in hemiplegic[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

The association of sarcopenia with low back pain and lumbar spine degeneration

Won Jun Kim, June Hong Bae, Hyun Ho Kong, Kyoung Hyo Choi & Won Kim
Background: There were few studies on the association between low back pain (LBP) and lumbar spine degeneration (LSD) with sarcopenia. In particular, there were few published descriptions of the effects of sarcopenia on LBP and LSD simultaneously. Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate the [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

SWOT analysis of Slovenian Social Inclusion Program for Persons with Disabilities

Aleksandra Tabaj
Background: The importance of work and vocational rehabilitation is connected with other relevant social areas, one of the most important is social protection system. Aim: In the study, analysis from attitudes of persons with disabilities, included and not included in the program of social inclusion[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Supporting people with autism spectrum disorder into employment

Valentina Brecelj, Maja Zovko Stele, Ajda Demšar & Ksenija Bratuš Albreht
Background: Many people with autism spectrum disorder (ADS) can experience social disadvantage and exclusion. They often lack the support they need to gain and maintain employment. Aim: Each person with ADS is unique and needs an individualised approach at job searching and employment. With the aim[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Sustainable effects in rehabilitation for patients suffering asbestosis

Stefan Dalichau & Torsten Möller
Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate lasting effects of an outpatient medical rehabilitation (OMR) mainly composed of exercise therapy for patients with asbestosis [ref:1]. Method: In the frame of a controlled study 151 male patients aged 67,0±6,0 years suffering asbestosis carried[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Supporting government policies to embed and expand rehabilitation in health systems in Europe: A framework for action

Dimitrios Skempes, Jerome Bickenbach, Xanthi Michail & Gerold Stucki
Background: Investment in action is vital to confront the challenges associated with chronic diseases and disability facing European health systems [ref:1]. Although relevant policy responses are being increasingly developed, most of them fail to recognize the prominent role of rehabilitation[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Responsiveness of the ARAT: differences between multiple time periods

Axel Horbach & Frederike Van Wijck
Background: Stroke is a major health problem and a significant group of patients will experience upper limb hemiparesis [ref:1]. The Action Research Arm Test (ARAT) is the recommended tool [ref:2] to assess and identify changes in upper limb function during rehabilitation. Relevant[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Relationship between obesity and lumbar spine degeneration: A cross-sectional study from the Fifth Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2010–2012

Suhwan Bae, Sangyoon Lee, Won Kim, Shi-uk Lee & Kyounghyo Choi
Background: Although several studies have shown that obesity affects low back pain (LBP), the relationship between degenerative lumbar spine (LSD) and obesity has not been fully investigated. Aim: This study evaluated whether obesity is independently associated with LSD in the general population.[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

Rehabilitation of three women with a necrotizing myopathy

Ana Golež
Background: Necrotizing myopathy (NAM) is a rare autoimmune disease, characterized by subacute proximal limb muscle weakness and a high creatinine-kinase level. It can be associated with use of statins or associated with cancer [ref:1], [ref:2], [ref:3]. Patients have no[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]

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