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Rééducation des tendons des fléchisseurs des doigts : comparaison des protocoles passifs et des protocoles actifs

Abstract : Flexor tendons injuries are common traumatisms. Despite improvement in chirugical et rehabilitation techniques, the management of these injuries provides only 80% of good results. One of the possible explanations must beseek in rehabilitation protocols. There are many physiotherapy protocols, passive protocols on one hand and active protocols on the other. We must highlight the importance of knowing their benefits and risks in order to choose the proper one in the right situation. Passive protocols are known to be protective of the chirurgical repair. Active protocols provide better functional outcomes but are often describe as high risk of secondary ruptures. I rely on a case study and the current litterature to demonstrate which protocol gives the best functional outcomes. Systematic reviews, randomized prospective trial and case studies are undertaken to prove that active protocols are greater than passive ones. Nevertheless, the specialit must adapt to each patient andknow to choose a passive protocol when the rupture risk is high.
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Camille Leclerc. Rééducation des tendons des fléchisseurs des doigts : comparaison des protocoles passifs et des protocoles actifs. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2016. ⟨dumas-01436219⟩

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