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Título Reducción de tiempos muertos y gastos exógenos relacionados con el proceso terapéutico de esguince de tobillo, para disminuir la reincidencia en la lesión en deportistas de la ciudad de Cali.Trabajo de Grado / En línea - Trabajo de Grado
Autor(es) Narváez Zuluaga, Lucas Paolo (Autor)
Lopera Calderón, Juan Fernando (Autor)
Hurtado Ruíz, Julián (Asesor Tesis/Trabajos de Grado)
Publicación Cali : Universidad Icesi, 2019
Descripción Física 23 páginas
Idioma Español;
Clasificación(es) DISEÑO INDUSTRIAL
Departamento de Diseño
Materia(s) Articulaciones; Anatomía; Deportistas; Lesiones deportivas; Adhesion; Rehabilitación; Cali (Valle del Cauca, Colombia); Terapéuta y paciente; Trabajos de grado;
Nota(s) Trabajo de grado (Diseño Industrial). Universidad Icesi, 2019.
Artículo de proyecto de grado del Departamento de Diseño
Resumen Purpose - It has been detected that a large percentage of athletes with a sprained ankle injury treated therapeutically abandon treatment for various reasons, mainly the investment of time and money perceived as exogenous by patients, which causes inadequate recovery and in the In most cases of relapse, this project seeks to integrate and improve physiological rehabilitation to reduce the recurrence of the injury in the city of Cali. Design/methodology/approach - Surveys for athletes, interviews with physiotherapists and physiatrists of the HUV (University Hospital del Valle) were designed and applied. Collection of qualitative and quantitative data to validate the problem and collection of information through other tools such as "fly on the wall", "cognitive analysis of tasks" "analysis of activities" and "scenario testing". Visit to rehabilitation center feedback directly with specialists. Definitive design of the different components of the system, choice of materials and processes, implementation. Findings - The various therapeutic rehabilitation processes for sprain injuries grade I and II in the tibioperoneo-astragaline joint offered do not stimulate or guarantee treatment adherence, of the 18 respondents, it was obtained that the total sprain injuries were associated with a sports practice, and that 17 of them had suffered an ankle sprain and had recurrence.
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TG02801Biblioteca Universidad Icesi3 DisponibleTrabajo Grado