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Ghc. prosthetic

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  • 1. PROSTHESIS AND ITS TYPE • Muhammad Umair Sharif • CPO
  • 2. LAYOUT • PROSTHESIS • UPPERLIMB PROSTHESIS • LOWER LIMB PROSTHESIS
  • 3. PROSTHESIS • Prosthetics is the design, fabrication and fitting of custom-made artificial limbs or other assistive devices for patients who have lost limbs as a result of traumatic injuries, vascular diseases, diabetes, cancer or congenital disorders
  • 4. UPPER LIMB PROSTHESIS: PARTIAL HAND: • Amputation through fingers or hand.
  • 5. WRIST DISARTICULATION: • Amputation through wrist. • Radius and ulna completely present.
  • 6. TRANSRADIAL PROSTHESIS: • Amputation through radial bone.
  • 7. ELBOW DISARTICULATION: • Amputation through elbow. • Radius and ulna loss where is humerus completely present.
  • 8. TRANSHUMERAL PROSTHESIS • Amputation through humerous.
  • 9. SHOULDER DISARTICULATION: • Amputation through shoulder.
  • 10. LOWERLIMB PROSTHESIS: PARTIAL FOOT: • Through foot amputation.
  • 11. ANKLE DISARTICULATION: • Through ankle. • Tibiail and fibial prominence present.
  • 12. TRANSTIBIAL PROSTHESIS • Amputation through tibia bone.
  • 13. KNEE DISARTICULATION: • Femoral bone present where as patella and tibia completely loss.
  • 14. TRANSFEMORAL PROSTHESIS • Through femur amputation.
  • 15. HIP DISARTICULATION • Femur completely loss.
  • 16. REASON OF AMPUTATION • Amputation is a result of traumatic injuries, vascular diseases, diabetes, cancer or congenital disorders mostly.