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Introduction : Pediatric softball players are prone to get injured as a result of high forces motions, with improper technique. Low communication and school-age often leads the injury became neglected. The aim of this study is to determine the incidence of Neglected injury in pediatric softball players in Bandung  during a single season year of 2019. Method :  The study was conducted in softball clubs in Bandung. The inclusion is the softball players aged 18 years old or below, grouped into; (1)never injured, (2)neglected injury by non-professional/traditional massage, and (3)untreated neglected injury/rest only. The samples were evaluated with the Quick Disabilities of the Arm Shoulder and Hand outcome questionnaire (QuickDASH). Data was analyzed with Anova test. Result : Among the 50 players, aged from 12 to 18 years old, 36 players (72%) were at group 1, 8 players (16%) were at group 2 and 6 players (12%) were at group 3. Most site of injuries for group 2 are at shoulder (62,5%) and group 3 are at elbow (66,6%). Significant differrences were identified between three groups with p=0.001. The highest quickDASH score are in group 2 (38,6), and the lowest are in group 1 (0,0). Conclussion : All of the quickDASH Score in this group of age are categorized in mild difficulty. Those whom treated by non-professional has lower functional outcome compared to never injured and untreated injured players.


Injury, Neglected, quickDASH, Softball, Sport

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Ismiarto, Y., Sabdillah FT, Ramli F, & Luthfi, K. A. M. (2020). Functional Outcome After Neglected Injury In Pediatric Softball Players Measured By Quickdash Score. Bioscientia Medicina : Journal of Biomedicine and Translational Research, 4(4), 70-74.

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