Preoperative management the preservation of the amputated part is key to successful replantation general consensus in the literature regarding reliable ischemia times for a successful replantation are 12 h of warm and 24 h of cold ischemia for digits and 6 h of warm and 12 h of cold ischemia for major upper extremity replantation. For the missing part a prosthesis may be worn a device that substitutes for a missing part of the body emotional recovery replantation or amputation can affect your emotional life as well as your body. Replantation is the reattachment of a completely amputated body part by reestablishing arterial inflow and venous outflow reattachment of incompletely amputated parts irrespective of the nature or amount of tissue holding them together is called revascularization. Amputations of the fingers and hand indications for replantation h jay boulas md h jay boulas md cause those who have lost a body part to experience severe social stigmatization such that restora with major limb amputation involv ing muscle as toxic by products of
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