Heavy Manual Labour after Surgery of Lumboischiadic Syndrome


Authors: I. Koranda
Authors‘ workplace: Neurologické oddělení, Nemocnice s poliklinikou Klatovy, primář MUDr. I. Koranda, CSc.
Published in: Prakt. Lék. 2002; (10): 625-627
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Overview

A retrospective study of 52 consecutive heavily working manual labourers suffering from lumboischiadic syndom and treated by surgery was focused on the problem whether after successful surgery subsequently pursued heavy work caused deterioration of the satisfactory surgical results. It was found tkat in the majority this was not the tase and on the contrary their health status was as compared with light workers or non-working people statistically more frequently satisfactory (p

Key words:
vertebrogenic lumboischiadic syndom - surgery - heavy manual work.

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