Individual and organisational determinants of use of ergonomic devices in healthcare
(CS/IPC): 0.4%/2.7%, day 4 (2.1%/6.1%), day 7 (2.5%/7.9%), day 14 (4.7%/7.3%), and day 90 (1.0%/3.3%) from baseline (preoperative situation). On days 1, 4, and 7 there was a significant difference in leg circumference between the two treatment groups. Conclusions: Edema following femoropopliteal bypass surgery occurs in all patients. For the prevention and treatment of that edema the use of a class I CS proved superior to treatment with IPC. The use of CS remains the recommended practice following femoropopliteal bypass surgery.
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.1136/oem.2010.055939, hdl.handle.net/1765/21791|
|Journal||Occupational and Environmental Medicine: an international peer-reviewed journal in all aspects of occupational & environmental medicine|
|Note||Article in press - dd December 2010|
Koppelaar, E, Knibbe, J.J, Miedema, H.S, & Burdorf, A. (2011). Individual and organisational determinants of use of ergonomic devices in healthcare. Occupational and Environmental Medicine: an international peer-reviewed journal in all aspects of occupational & environmental medicine, 68(9), 659–665. doi:10.1136/oem.2010.055939