preprosthetic

preprosthetic

/pre·pros·thet·ic/ (-pros-thet´ik) performed or occurring before insertion of a prosthesis.
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Prior to prosthetic receipt, patients typically participate in preprosthetic rehabilitation to help manage their residual limb and improve range of motion, strength, balance, and overall mobility and independence in daily activities.
Preprosthetic and maxillofacial surgery; biomaterials, bone grafting and tissue engineering.
They cover bone reconstruction in implantology and reconstructive preprosthetic surgery, reconstruction in particular situations, and tissue engineering.
The carbon dioxide laser in soft tissue preprosthetic surgery.
Contributors cover assessment of the patient's general health, oral manifestations of systemic diseases, psychological considerations, functional and morphologic considerations, the oral cavity as ecosystem, periodontal considerations, segmental osteotomy, preprosthetic orthodontics, endodontics and restoration, and dental implants.
The Home Study training protocol is divided into three major components: prosthetic controls setup and orientation, preprosthetic training, and training with the DEKA Arm.
The next segment within the training protocol is preprosthetic training, which includes instruction about the features of the device and simulated use of the DEKA Arm within a VRE.
Coverage continues through oral and maxillofacial radiology, psychologic aspects, temporomandibular disorders, treatment planning, preprosthetic surgery, bone grafting, and so on, concluding with chapters on management of inadequate dental prostheses, speech pathology and prosthodontic applications, and management of patients with new prostheses.
Axel Kirsch, a world-renowned lecturer on implant dentistry, implant surgery and preprosthetic surgery, designed the Camlog system and founded the company in 1998.
They address clinical management throughout, with discussion of basic surgical concepts, amputation, postoperative management, evaluating fit and function, preprosthetic care, gait disorders, and training in the use of devices, as well as other topics like prescription writing, prosthetic and orthotic construction and modification, pediatric issues, and current research on energy consumption and long-term utilization of prostheses.
Comparison of removable rigid dressings and elastic bandages in preprosthetic management of patients with below-knee amputations.