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A Study on the Development of Protective Inner Wear for Lumbar Disc Disease Patients (Part I) -Analysis of Commercial Lumbar Pads and the Actual Wearing State of the Lumbar Pads-
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A Study on the Development of Protective Inner Wear for Lumbar Disc Disease Patients (Part I) -Analysis of Commercial Lumbar Pads and the Actual Wearing State of the Lumbar Pads-
Kang, Hye-Jin; Jung, Myoung-Sook;
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 Abstract
Lumbar discs are one of the first parts of the musculoskeletal system to age in the human body. Lumbar disc for females start to age at twenty years of age and completely age between fifty and sixty. The number of lumbar herniated intervertebral disc patients are increasing rapidly; however, studies on protective inner wear are insufficient. This study was conducted to develop protective inner wear equipment that retains an aesthetic appreciation of the body. The methods and procedures of this study are as follows. First, foreign and domestic lumbar pads were researched and analyzed by visiting medical shops and internet shopping malls that sell lumbar pads. Second, the survey was conducted on forty patients with disc disease in hospitals located in Seoul and surrounding suburbs. The following are the study results and observations. First, the lumbar pads selling on the market had a variety of designs, textiles, and fabrics. The result of the research was to develop additional inner protective equipment for lumbar herniated intervertebral disc patients. Second, the survey results of the forty patients with disc disease were that housewives were the most vulnerable. All patients had experience purchasing lumbar pads. The prevention of pain and stress were the most selected responses for the motivation to buy lumbar pads. Most individuals said that they used lumbar pads for less than 1 year. Dissatisfaction came from fabric, activity and design. `Being uncomfortable to wear` was the most common complaint. `Protection and how easy the clothes were to wear` were the most selected for the necessity of developments. The Inner wear shape was the most selected in shape. Except for six respondents, all favored the lumbar protective inner wear design.
 Keywords
Lumbar disc disease patients;Lumbar disc;Lumbar pad;Inner wear;Functional wear;
 Language
Korean
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