Download PDF by Piero Volpi: Arthroscopy and Sport Injuries: Applications in High-level

By Piero Volpi

ISBN-10: 3319148141

ISBN-13: 9783319148144

ISBN-10: 331914815X

ISBN-13: 9783319148151

This publication describes the present functions of arthroscopy in a truly wide selection of activities accidents related to, between different websites, the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, and wrist. for every situation, mechanisms of damage are defined and the position of arthroscopy in analysis and remedy is defined. suitable details can be supplied at the epidemiology and mechanisms of harm in particular activities and on symptoms for therapy and rehabilitation. The publication absolutely displays the new advances that experience taken position in arthroscopy, allowing extra exact evaluate and extra profitable administration of post-traumatic pathologies. moreover, it recognizes that as a result of expanding use of recent applied sciences and biomaterials, there's now specific curiosity in innovations that advertise organic therapeutic of articular lesions and allow entire sensible restoration. The authors are top experts within the box who've aimed to supply practitioners with the transparent tips that they require at the review and remedy of accidents incurred in the course of wearing activity.

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The low injury risk for athletes competing in the Nordic skiing disciplines compared to alpine, freestyle, and snowboard athletes is not surprising as they are not exposed to high speed on icy surfaces with minimal protection [27]. In line with a previous report [19], the knee and the head were the most frequent body parts injured among alpine and freestyle skiers and snowboarders. The same picture was seen among summer sport athletes, too, where thigh, knee, lower leg, ankle, and head injuries were most commonly injured [3, 4].

8) Concussions (7 %) Head/neck (16 %), knee (14 %), thigh (7 %) Contact with another athlete (15 %) Overuse (22 %) Contact with a stationary object (22 %) Contact with another athlete (33 %) Overuse (25 %) Noncontact (23 %) 50 % 35 % 23 %a 73–27 % 55–45 % 46–54 % Football, taekwondo, field hockey, Football, taekwondo, BMX, Snowboard cross, freestyle handball, weightlifting handball, MTB, athletics aerials and cross, bobsleigh, ice hockey Archery, canoe slalom and sprint, Nordic skiing disciplines, Canoeing/kayaking, diving, rowing, sailing, synchronised swimming, fencing track cycling, rowing, shooting, curling, speed skating equestrian a This figure may be underestimating the number of time-loss injuries as the response rate to this information was low and many of the injuries were of severe outcome, without estimated time loss registered (more details in the Vancouver paper) (Engebretsen et al.

Of those with expected time loss, 11 injuries (17 %) had an estimated absence from training or competition of more than 1 week [2]. 14 L. Engebretsen et al. In London, while two thirds of the injuries were estimated to not result in any time loss from sport (n = 878, 65 %), a total of 482 (35 %) injuries were expected to prevent the athlete from participating in competition or training. It was estimated that 246 (18 %) injuries would result in an absence from sports from 1 to 3 days, 62 (5 %) in an absence from 4 to 7 days, 105 (8 %) in an absence from 8 to 28 days, and 69 (5 %) in an absence for more than 28 days.

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