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Begutachtung von Prothesenversorgungen der unteren Extremität

Published on May 14, 2019in Orthopade0.631
· DOI :10.1007/s00132-019-03750-5
M. Schwarze1
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M. Alimusaj6
Estimated H-index: 6
+ 4 AuthorsMarcus Schiltenwolf30
Estimated H-index: 30
Abstract
Wenngleich die Anzahl an Majoramputationen bundesweit rucklaufig ist, finden weiterhin mehr als 57.000 amputationschirurgische Eingriffe statt. Auch aufgrund hoher prothetischer Versorgungskosten resultieren daher weiterhin eine Vielzahl sozialgerichtlicher Auseinandersetzungen, in denen medizinische Sachverstandigengutachten angefordert werden. Unter Kenntnis der juristischen Normen kann der Gutachtenauftrag erfullt werden. Der Gutachter beginnt mit der Auswertung der Patientenakte und der streitgegenstandlichen Passteile. Die Untersuchung umfasst eine Anamnese sowie eine korperliche Untersuchung, um zu den streitigen Gebrauchsvorteilen der Hilfsmittel Stellung nehmen und die Beweisfragen beantworten zu konnen. Fragebogen konnen hilfreich sein.
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