Research on rehabilitation

Project No. FF-FB0326 Impacts of COVID-19 as recognized occupational disease (BK-Nr. 3101) or work-related accident on physical capacity, mental health, and ability to work – a contribution to rehabilitation management

Project No. FF-FR0243 Developing specific sets of screening-indicators and outcome measures for insurants of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) in neurotraumatological rehabilitation

Project No. FF-FR0251 Clinical trial about the after-treatment of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using hamstring tendons with and without wearing an orthosis - a prospective randomized study

Project No. FF-FR0266 Characterization of the systemic kinetics of effector molecules of the epithelial immune response and microRNA in severe burn injuries and sepsis

Project No. FF-FR0268 Evaluation of an ICF-based rehabilitation-concept thermal injuries

Project No. FF-FR0269 Further development and validation of the Hamburger Prognosescores HandAF und HandDAU: Prediction of return to work and time off work in patients with hand injuries in the rehabilitation management provided by the German Social Accident Insurance

Project No. FF-FR0270 Tissue Engineering of in vivo vascularized soft tissue free flaps in a large animal model

Project No. FF-FR0271 Evaluation of the application of "FAUST-II" - a screening and inital treatment concept for mental health sequelae of work place injuries

Project No. FF-FR0272 Immunhistochemical analysis of sensory nerve endings in ligaments of the wrist, distal radioulnar joint, interosseous membrane of the forearm and elbow joint: a cadaver study

Project No. FF-FR0273 Prognostic relevance of changes of proteomics in patients after traumatic brain injury (TBI)

Project No. FF-FR0276 Differentiation of aseptic and septic nonunion using molecular biological, histopathological and laboratory criteria

Project No. FF-FR0282 Development of the first set of instruments for the disease-specific recording of the health-related quality of life of children (HRQOL) and adolescents after traumatic brain injury (TBI): Quality of Life after Brain Injury-KIDS/ADOS

Project No. FF-FR0283 Thermodilution for hemodynamic monitoring after acute spinal cord injury

Project No. FF-FR0285 Multimodal prospective analysis and definition of biomarkers for the improvement to predict Critical-Illness-Polyneuromyopathy (CRIT-PATH)

Project No. FF-FR0287 Modern MR-Diagnostics of upper extremity related nerve injuries - MODERN pilot study

Project No. FF-FR0296 Development and validation of an internet based treatment program for impairments in social cognition and competence following acquired brain injury

Project No. FF-FR0300 Validation of surgical reduction criteria after syndesmosis injuries via/using instrumented 3D movement analysis

Project No. FF-FR0301 The Effect of the german peer counselling program "Peers im Krankenhaus (PiK, engl. Clinical Peers)" on amputations

Project No. FF-FR0302 Prevalence of structural damage of the rotator cuff due to shoulder trauma

Project No. FF-FR0304 Back to work with gamification - Rehabilitation glove to recover full finger function

Project No. FF-FR0308 PELVIX: Development of a physiologically relevant, biomechanical test setup considering internal muscle forces for the investigation of complex pelvic ring fractures

Project No. FF-FR0309 Analysis of olfactory stem- and ensheathing-cells as well as mesenchymal stem cells in contact with cerebrospinal fluid: prerequisite for human cell therapeutic approaches after spinal cord trauma

Project No. FF-FR0326 Effects of a self-help internet intervention in individuals with pain and depressive symptoms

Project No. FF-FR0327 Complementing rehabilitation exercises for hand injuries with a virtual, game-based application (StableHandVR) for rapid reintegration into working life.

Project No. FF-FR0329 Acute ankle sprain & rehabilitation (OSGAR-2) – Effectiveness of a sensorimotor training intervention - individually adjusted by functional diagnostic parameters - on ankle joint function after first-time acute lateral ankle sprain

Project No. FF-FR0341 Middle Meningeal Artery Embolization Minimizes Burdensome Recurrence Rates After Newly Diagnosed Chronic Subdural Hematoma Evacuation (MEMBRANE)

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