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Factors predicting rehabilitation outcome in patients after unilateral trans-tibial amputation due to peripheral vascular disease
Background/Aim:The primary rehabilitation in the proshtetic phase after amputation of lower extremities is of great importance for the improvement of the activities of daily living (ADLs) of persons with amputation and their successful social reintegration. The aim of this paper was to examine the influence of independent predictors (age, gender, duration of rehabilitation, time between the amputation and the mounting of the prosthesis) on the success of the primary rehabilitation in thedoi:10.2298/vsp170318085m fatcat:4hmxs7o6ynendafzqu3lwhy6em