39183 - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Rheumathology and Geriatrics (IM)

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Academic Year 2019/2020

Learning outcomes

After completing this module the student will have the ability to apply knowledge and understanding related to geriatric diseases and rheumatologic likely to physio-chinesiterapico treatment, identifying preventive and rehabilitative needs of the subject through the evaluation of clinical data

Course contents

REHABILITATION GERIATRIC (Identify what are the "needs" of the older person. Define the concepts of life expectancy and life expectancy without disabilities to balance available resources with the constant increase in care demand. Describe what are the most frequent chronic diseases they are found in the elderly, as they interfere with each other and how the set of poly-pathologies can result in reduced activities and to recognize the most obvious symptoms (Concept of frail elderly, comorbidity). Analysis of fall risk factors in ' elderly. the multidimensional geriatric assessment and evaluation of motor impairment. the immobilization syndrome. the foot in the elderly: aging, rheumatic foot, spastic foot. Knowing the social care network for the elderly. Describe the legal implications of the application of restraint physics in the elderly at risk of harm to himself or others
SIGNS OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE
MAJOR DISEASES RHEUMATIC INTEREST PHYSIOTHERAPY (CLINICAL, INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS TO TREATMENT PHYSIOTHERAPY, THERAPIES PHARMACOLOGICAL, PROGNOSIS):
- DISEASES OF THE SPINE: low back pain and sciatica, herniated discs, spinal canal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, neck pain, back pain

- DISORDERS POSTURAL, OSTEOPOROSIS

3. FRAMEWORK OF CLINICAL PATIENT AMPUTEE

Readings/Bibliography

Brothers, De Sefano: "articulating Economics", in: U. Carcassi edited by. rheumatology Treaty, Società Editrice Universo 1993

- Barreca, Dovigo, Locaputo INFOREUMA: better to live with "rheumatism" SIPU. 1999 joint economic program.

- Adami, Bertoldo, Brandi et al. "Guidelines for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis"; Rheumatism 2009, 61 (4): 260-284.

- Full document with references to the website of SIOMMMS (Italian Society of Osteoporosis, Mineral Metabolism and the Svheletro Diseases): www.siommms.it

- Kanis, Burler et al "Europeam guidance for the diagnosis and managment of osteoporosis in post-menopausal women" Osteopor Int 2008; 19: 399-428

- ALGORITHM DEFRA: https://defra-osteoporosi.it

- Maddali Bongi S. "How prescribing exercise in rheumatology", Rheumatism 2010; 62: 4-11

- Maddali Bongi S., Matucci Cerinic M. "The rumatologica rehabilitation: the great expectation of rheumatic patients," Rheumatism 2012; 64 (1): 1-5

- Maddali Bongi S. "The rehabilitative approach to rheumatic patient" In: Maddali Bongi S. ed. rheumatology rehabilitation: a multidisciplinary approach. Milan: EDRA, 2007

- Guidelines of the Ministry of Health for rehabilitation activities. Official Gazette of May 30, 1998, n. 124

- Cochrane Collaboration "Containment strategies for people with serious mental illness- Review" In the Cochrane Library Issue 4; 2007

- Decision of the Regional Council of Emilia Romagna 1706-2009. In "Concluding Documents of the improvement groups", section "Communication with patients and public institutional communication", Coordinator Dr A. De Palma, page 223. Standards on restraint from page. 264.

- Olivieri, D'Angelo, Palazzi et al "Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosi: differentiation from ankylosin spondylitis" Curr Rheumatol Rep 2009; 11: 321-8

- Olivieri, D'Angelo, Palazzi et al "The DISH in 2010: differential diagnosis of ankylosing spondylitis"

- Manara, Bortoluzzi, Favero, et al "Recommendations of the Italian Society of Rheumatology on the management of patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the hand", Rheumatism, 2013, 65 (4): 180-202

- Zhang, Doherty, Leeb, Alekseeva et al "EULAR evidence based recommendations for the managment of hand osteoarthritis: Report of a Task Force of the Standing Eular mittee for the International Clincal Stidies Including Therapeutics (ESCISIT)". Ann. Rheum. Dis. 2007; 66: 377-88

- Boustedt, Nordenskiold, Lundgren Nilson "Effects of a hand-jointprotection program with an Additions of splinting and exercise: one year follow-up" Cli. Rheumatol. 2009; 28: 793-9

- Ye L., Kalichman, Spittle, Dobson et al. "Effects of rehabilitative interventions on pain, function and physical impairments in people with hand osteoarthritis: a systematic review" Arthritis Res. Ther. 2011; 13: R28

- Bardelli M, L. Turelli "The metatarsalgia. Advances in medicine and surgery of the foot ", Vol) Bologna: Aulo Gaggi 2009

- Carlino G, Mason M. "podiatry Manual". Turin Minerva Medical 1998

- A Lavigne, Noviel D "clinical foot Studio and orthotic therapy" Milan Masson 1994

Teaching methods

Frontal lessons

Assessment methods

Verification of learning takes place through the only final exam which ensures the acquisition of the knowledge and skills expected by carrying out a written test lasting 1 hour, including open questions and multiple choice tests.

During the test, teaching materials such as books, notes or electronic media will not be allowed.

Teaching tools

Using PC and video projector

Office hours

See the website of Donatella Brillanti Ventura