Accession Number:

AD1161299

Title:

The Mobility Toolkit: Electronically Augmented Assessment of Functional Recovery Following Lower-Extremity Trauma

Descriptive Note:

[Technical Report, Annual Report]

Corporate Author:

CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG HOSPITAL AUTHORITY DBA ATRIUM HEALTH

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

2021-10-01

Pagination or Media Count:

21

Abstract:

Background The proposed effort directly involves the development and validation of standardized measures to objectively assess and improve rehabilitative outcomes, including multi-extremity trauma following neuromusculoskeletal injury. It involves the direct application of the Mobility Toolkit Project, which is a HIPAA-compliant, web-accessible, cloud-based application for data acquisition and quantitative analysis of performance-based measures PBMs in multiple wide-spread clinic and therapy settings. The proposed effort addresses the feasibility of data collection in clinical settings and describing the recovery trajectories for lower-extremity injuries in active duty and civilian orthopaedic trauma patients. ObjectiveHypothesis The purpose of this study is to 1 evaluate implementation in multiple clinical centers in the context of a large orthopaedic research consortium 2 generate normative data for patients with lower extremity articular injures and non-injured controls and 3 to identify thresholds that indicate risk for diminished long-term function and complications. Specific Aims The specific aims are to 1 Determine the feasibility and burden of implementing the Mobility Toolkit in a clinical setting, in the context of a large, multi-center research consortium, 2 Establish normative data for adult patients with articular injuries proximal tibia, pilon, ankle fracture and ankle fracture-dislocation, hind foot as well as a cohort of non-injured adults, and 3 Identify thresholds that indicate risk for diminished long-term function and select complications eg, malunion, hardware failure, range of motion complications. In addition, an exploratory aim 4 is to develop algorithms to translated AHRS data for additional physical performance measures selected by the Protocol Committee made up of orthopaedic surgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, and physical therapists.

Subject Categories:

  • Medicine and Medical Research

Distribution Statement:

[A, Approved For Public Release]