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Early rehabilitation management strategy for septic arthritis of the knee

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Objectives: Early rehabilitation management of septic arthritis in the native knee is not standardized. In this context, it is necessary to develop and validate an early rehabilitation strategy. Materiel and methods: Based on the formalized HAS consensus method, a 4-phase rehabilitation strategy has been developed: recovery of joint amplitudes, muscle recovery without resistance, recovery with technical aid (crutches, canes), continuation of the rehabilitation (pursuit of muscle, articular, proprioceptive and endurance recovery). Results: It was submitted to the opinion of multidisciplinary experts (PMR, general practitioner, rheumatologist, infectiologist, orthopedic surgeon, physiotherapist). Nearly 80% of the items were directly validated, with only five items scoring less than 5/10. Modifications were made in order to obtain a final version of the protocol. Conclusion: Use of a rigorous methodology enabled a consensual strategy for early rehabilitation management to be developed. Prospective validation of this strategy is needed to confirm its feasibility and effectiveness.

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hal-03837827 , version 1 (03-11-2022)

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A. Chabaud, M. Tetard, S. Descamps, C. Nguyen, F. Rannou, et al.. Early rehabilitation management strategy for septic arthritis of the knee. Infectious Diseases Now, 2022, 52 (3), pp.170-174. ⟨10.1016/j.idnow.2022.02.008⟩. ⟨hal-03837827⟩
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