PHASED PLANNING OF INDIVIDUAL REHABILITATION FOR MILITARY SERVICEMENTS WITH FIRE INJURYS OF LIMBS
The relevance of the work is due to a significant number of limb wounds among military personnel, who in the structure of a combat injury account for more than half of the cases. The organization of the rehabilitation process and the assessment of its effectiveness are examined on a separate example of a serviceman M., 26 years old, with a gunshot bullet wound to the right lower and left upper extremities. The wounded soldier was identified the main problems in his state of health. Rehabilitation activities for this serviceman were carried out in accordance with the standards of the countries of Europe and the USA. It was established that complex step-by-step problem-oriented rehabilitation planning with setting specific goals and applied rehabilitation measures in a soldier with a gunshot wound to the right lower limb and left upper limb allowed reducing pain syndrome, slightly increasing the strength of the muscles of the left hand, increasing mobility in the joints, which queue allowed to improve patient mobility and activity in everyday life and increase his independence. The need for further research was identified with the aim of improving the organization of the rehabilitation process during the long-term rehabilitation of servicemen with gunshot wounds to the limbs when solving such problems as post-traumatic neuropathy of the peripheral nerves.
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