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TITLE:

A RESEARCH STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF OSWESTRY DISABILITY INDEX SPINAL TRAUMA POSTOPERATIVE DISABILITY

AUTHORS:

Dr. Ayesha Ahmad, Dr. Qurat ul Ain Sajjad, Dr. Asadullah Yousaf

ABSTRACT:

Objectives: The purpose of this learning was to review efficient disability deliberate with the Oswestry Disability file in a patient with thoracolumbar spine instrumentation. Methods: This evocative learning was carried out at Services Hospital, Lahore from August 2017 to July 2018 on fifty-two successive patients of also sex with age over seventeen years, have an unbalanced crack of the thoracolumbar spine through whole neurology that has been treat by posterior spinal obsession by pedicular screw or rod. Use Oswestry Disability file survey which reviews the purposeful disability the information was composed by a preformed or examined with SPSS. Results: There was whole fifty-two patient. Men’s patient was 35 (67.4%) while women were 17 (32.8%). the least age was eighteen years, upper limit seventy-five while standard age was 35.91. The Oswestry disability file was rank D in 24(46.1%) patients or rank E in 28(53.7%) patients preoperatively. Postoperatively at 6 months the file was rank A in 33(63.6%) patients, rank B in 15(28.9%) and rank C in 4 (7.8%) patients even as least Owelty disability catalogue was ten %, utmost fifty-six % or standard was 22.78. Conclusion: Our learning illustrates enhanced consequences base on Oswestry Disability file, in patients with the crack of the thoracolumbar spine undergo subsequent spinal obsession with pedicular screw or rod. Our conclusion also papers the efficiency of surgical method that has been complete, suggestive of that a bed leap or crippled patients allowed approximately to exist separately. Keywords: Oswestry disability file, subsequent spinal obsession, Fracture, Vertebra, Spine, Disability.

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