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Toward the issues of knee injuries in athletes

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2024-04-02

V.A. Kadykov, M.E. Piskareva
FSBEI НЕ Tver SMU МОН Russia, Tver e-mail: [email protected]

According to World Health Organization (WHO) statistics, injuries are one of the leading causes of health problems in modern society. Despite the fact that physical training and health are very closely related, it is almost impossible to avoid injury during a sports career in almost any sport. There are many different factors of knee joint injury, among them it is customary to distinguish external and internal. External factors do not depend directly on the athlete (improper training organization, unsatisfactory condition of the equipment, non-compliance with diet, etc.), internal, on the contrary, depend directly on the person himself. Prevention of injuries in sports is based on the implementation of both general preventive measures to ensure health safety and those specific to a particular sport. However, it should not be forgotten that no one can be fully insured against sports injuries.Keywords: digital healthcare, telemedicine, medical information systems, digital clinic, electronic medical record, integrated electronic medical record, electronic personal medical record.

knee joint
sports traumatism
meniscus injury.

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