Patients that use the moveUP App (Therapy) will be monitored and coached daily by physiotherapists via the moveUP care platform (this is what we call „first line“). Clinical activities that do not fall within the scope of the physiotherapists‘ professional competence will be flagged for 2nd line review in the moveUP care platform and thereby referred to the orthopaedic consultant for example.
The allocated 2nd line medical professional(s) will log in daily to the moveUP care platform to give appropriate advice to those referred patients. If used on a daily basis, this constitutes less than 5% of active patients.
The following postoperative issues will always be escalated to the 2nd line by the treating physiotherapist:
- Anzeichen einer TVT (anhaltende Schmerzen, dicke Wade, Zunahme der Schwellung, heiße Wade, weiße oder blaue Verfärbung)
- Fieber > 38°C
- Postoperative Übelkeit > 3 Tage
- Pain during the night for 3 successive nights (possible sign of inflammation)
- Plötzliche Schmerzen oder Beschwerden nach einer falschen Bewegung
- Not being able to rest with bent knee
- No progress with mobility
- ROM von 0-90°
90° neutral Mittellinie
If the 2nd line medical professional deems it necessary, he can escalate to the treating surgeon (3rd line). In addition, the surgeon can indicate particular issues or concerns which he would always want to to be notified about by using the medical protocol form below.
In jedem Fall erhält der behandelnde Chirurg ein Konto, um sich bei der moveUP-Betreuungsplattform anmelden zu können.
At moveUP we developed certain protocols our physiotherapists work by. They were developed based on expert opinion and literature. In your medical protocol form, you can choose to comply with them or provide your own protocol(s).
Medizinisches Protokoll Ihrer Klinik
Before starting a new implementation with a hospital we always ask one of the surgeons to fill out the medical protocol form. This way the physiotherapist who is tasked with the digital patient follow-up can guide the patient according to your chosen protocol, ensuring consistency in advice given along the patient pathway. In addition, you can indicate in which particular situations you want to be notified.