MARK-EDWARD POGARASTEANU, RUXANDRA COSTEA, AHMED BERAMI, ELENA DRIGNEI, MARIUS MOGA, STEFANIA MARIANA RAITA, ROSALIE ADINA BALACEANU, IULIANA IONASCU, RALUCA BARBILIAN, FLORENTINA IONITA RADU AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN THE SURGICAL AND ANESTHESIO-PHARMACOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE PRACTICAL APPLICABILITY OF THE CONCEPT OF MYOPLASTIC TRANSPOSITION THROUGH A FOREARM FASCIA BREACH The traumatic or surgical amputation of the forearm or of the hand is a challenging interdisciplinary domain, requiring the collaboration of surgeons, engineers, prostheticians, clinical pharmacology experts in chronic pain management, exoprosthesis manufacturing companies, social workers and last but not least the patient himself/herself. There are a relative few methods of surgical preparation of the amputation stump for use use an external prosthesis. Most of these techniques do not provide a sufficient number of electrical sEMG signals for the efficient control of a modern myoelectric exoprosthesis. We present the surgical aspects and anesthesio-pharmacological implications of the practical study into the applicability of the concept of myoplastic transposition through a forearm fascia breach. We present the data and we discuss the results of sEMG signal acquisition, both before and after the procedure, and we conclude regarding the potential of the method as a means of improving the current standard surgical technique.