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by Frank E Johnson,Katherine S. Virgo

Author: Frank E Johnson,Katherine S. Virgo
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Humana Press; 2006 edition (November 1, 2005)
Pages: 704 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
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An integrated survey of best practices for the management of patients with implanted prosthetic devices and an insightful examination of the epidemiological, societal, and policy issues associated with their use. The devices covered range from breast, penile, vascular, and joint.

An integrated survey of best practices for the management of patients with implanted prosthetic devices and an insightful examination of the epidemiological, societal, and policy issues associated with their use. The devices covered range from breast, penile, vascular, and joint prostheses to cochlear, ossicular, and dental implants, and include cerebrospinal fluid shunts, cardiac valves, stents, and pacemakers.

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Although every year 5-10 million Americans have prosthetic devices fitted in their bodies, there are currently few well-accepted standards for their ongoing clinical management. Concise and highly practical, The Bionic Human: Health Promotion for People With Implanted Prosthetic Devices offers busy practitioners an integrated survey of best practices for the management of patients with implanted prosthetic devices and an insightful examination of the epidemiological, societal, and policy issues associated with their use.

Although every year 5-10 million Americans have prosthetic devices fitted in their bodies, there are currently few well-accepted standards for their ongoing clinical management

Although every year 5-10 million Americans have prosthetic devices fitted in their bodies, there are currently few well-accepted standards for their ongoing clinical management. In The Bionic Human: Health Promotion for People With Implanted Prosthetic Devices, a diverse panel of implant experts surveys the state of the art in patient follow-up for the most common prosthetic devices. The devices covered range from breast, penile, vascular, and joint prostheses to cochlear, ossicular, and dental implants, and include cerebrospinal fluid shunts, cardiac valves, stents, and pacemakers

Frank E. Johnson, Katherine S.

Frank E. An integrated survey of best practices for the management of patients with implanted prosthetic devices and an insightful examination of the epidemiological, societal, and policy issues associated with their use. The devices covered range from breast, penile, vascular, and joint prostheses to cochlear, ossicular, and dental implants, and include cerebrospinal fluid shunts, cardiac valves, stents, and pacemakers

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Contents Foreword Preface Contributors 1 Overview Frank E. Johnson 2 Assessment of Surveillance Test Performance and Cost Katherine S. Virgo 3 Cost of Follow-Up After Implantation of Prosthetic Devices Katherine S. Virgo 4 Factors That Should Shape Clinical Strategies Frank. Virgo 4 Factors That Should Shape Clinical Strategies Frank E. Johnson 5 A View From the US Food and Drug Administration Thomas P. Gross, Celia M. Witten, Casper Uldriks, and William

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The science-fiction vision of robotic prosthetic limbs that can be controlled by the brain and . In these people, the sensations on the back are translated into an impression of what is in front of them through the brain’s.

The science-fiction vision of robotic prosthetic limbs that can be controlled by the brain and provide sensory feedback is coming closer. But neither the Bionic Man nor Luke are realistic reflections of what is possible with prosthetics. We still talk of a hand like Luke Skywalker’s when we want to evoke an advanced prosthetic, and under examination they still fall well short in functionality, no matter how impressive they look. In these people, the sensations on the back are translated into an impression of what is in front of them through the brain’s learning process.

An integrated survey of best practices for the management of patients with implanted prosthetic devices and an insightful examination of the epidemiological, societal, and policy issues associated with their use. The devices covered range from breast, penile, vascular, and joint prostheses to cochlear, ossicular, and dental implants, and include cerebrospinal fluid shunts, cardiac valves, stents, and pacemakers. For each device, the authors consider its pros and cons, detail the best current strategies to keep implanted patients healthy, and evaluate the latest and most promising new diagnostic tests, Clinical counterpoints from distinguished authorities at major centers in the United States and Europe are offered throughout. Follow-up recommendations are summarized in a standardized format that allows comparative analysis and lays the foundation for controlled clinical trials and the eventual establishment of evidence-based guidelines.