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The use of walking AIDS in medicine
- Jun 06, 2018 -

The following is an example of paraplegia and hemiplegia. Paraplegia patients often need to use two axillary crutches to walk, hemiplegia patients generally only use the delayed cane, the two use methods are different.


(1) axillary crutch walking of paraplegia patients: according to the order of axillary rod and foot movement, it can be divided into the following forms:


Alternate drag walking: extend left axillary curve, then right axillary curve, then both feet drag forward at the same time to reach axillary pole.


Peaceful walking: also known as swing to step, in which two torches are held out at the same time, and then both feet are towed forward at the same time to reach the axillary staff.


Press four o 'clock: first extend left axillary curve, then step right foot, then extend right axillary curve, finally step right foot.


The method is to extend the weak one foot and two axillary rods simultaneously, and then to the side foot (the side with better muscle strength).


Double-crossing walking: the method is to extend one side of axilla twist and opposite side foot at the same time, and then extend the remaining axilla twist and foot again.


6 set on foot: step method and the pendulum to similar, but the feet don't sweep the floor, but put forward in the air, so the stride length is bigger, faster, the patient's torso and arms control must be good, otherwise easy to fall.


(2) walking method of cane for hemiplegic patients:


Walk: (1) three of the vast majority of patients with hemiplegia walking in order to extend the rod, and then a foot, a foot-massage again, a few patients to extend cane, a healthy enough, then a sufficient way of walking.


Pressing two points of walking: stick out and sick feet at the same time, then step out of healthy feet. This method is fast walking speed, suitable for patients with less hemiplegia and good balance function.