Proceedings of the International Conference on Science and Technology (ICST 2018)

The Evaluation of the Use of AFO (Ankle Foot Orthotics) with the MOXFQ (Manchester-Oxford Foot Questionnaire) Method

Authors
Bayu Bawono, Paulus Wisnu Anggoro, M. Tauviqirrahman, A.P. Bayuseno, J. Jamari
Corresponding Author
Bayu Bawono
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icst-18.2018.134How to use a DOI?
Keywords
AFO, MOXFQ, MFPDQ, PROM
Abstract
This research aims to find the influence of the insole in the shoe for the patient who suffered from disorders of the feet. Diabetic patients generally experience a disruption in the feet. This disorder is a stabbing pain when the patient performs activities. The patient is asked to use footwear Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO) results of design that are already adapted to the shape of the user's feet during 28 days (4 weeks). At the end of the period, the patient is prompted to answer the questioner that consists of 16 questions. The questions are organized according to Manchester-Oxford Foot of a Questionnaire model (MOXFQ) to assess the response of special foot/ankle and General happens on feet and ankles. The response was measured by a score of 0-4 (strongly agree to strongly disagree) of respondents 2 consecutive female patients experience pain in the feet by using a regular foot, footwear with an average age of 72 years (65 and 80). They independently completed the questionnaire during the use of AFO. The MOXFQ an average of 2 months. The results obtained in the first patients experienced an improvement of conditions of the foot with the score average 3.75 (12/16 answers in the form of a score of 4 and the rest score 3). This means going on a reduction of pain significantly in amount with a percentage score a maximum of 94%. Patient 2 undergoing repair of foot conditions with the average score 2.97. This means going on a reduction of pain significantly in amount with a percentage score a maximum of 74%. The difference is due to the characteristics of the age, weight, height, as well as the profile of the soles of the feet are different. The second patient had a foot condition and a heavier weight.
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International Conference on Science and Technology (ICST 2018)
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Atlantis Highlights in Engineering
Publication Date
December 2018
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978-94-6252-650-1
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2589-4943
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