Impact Of Broken Bones?
Tonight … I have a broken bone, but my broken bones have become sharp. I want to ask. What are the effects of these symptoms?
Bone fracture is the separation of the bone due to the traumatic or pathological processes in the patient's bones. Fractures can occur in any part of the body, depending on the trauma process and the accompanying conditions. Accompanying complaints on fractures can be complaints of pain, fever, swelling, prominent bone fragments and impaired function of the associated area. To ensure the presence or absence of a fracture, apart from being known from the results of a physical examination by a doctor, it can also be ascertained by a radiological examination that provides certainty for the risk of fractures.
Thus, treatment measures can be carried out, either by closed repositioning or by surgery, such as the installation of metal plates to help connect and recover broken bones.
In connection with your question, if you currently experience a broken bone and your bones become sharp, then this is probably the implication of the force of collision and fracture that occurs at this fracture point. So, if your bones become sharp, showing broken bone fragments or broken bone parts have not received optimal repositioning action. When your bones are broken, and you have not yet done treatment to a bone doctor, then the risk of protrusion of bone fragments (sharp) can occur, and this can cause complaints of pain that increasingly irritates you.
In addition to complaints of pain, under certain conditions, this sharp part of the bone can also hurt your skin, and eventually cause open sores and risk of causing infection in the area of the wound and lukang concerned.
Therefore, visit your orthopedic doctor at the nearest hospital for optimal examination and treatment. The doctor will conduct an evaluation and radiological examination to help determine the appropriate treatment with the results obtained. Thus, the risk of deformity or protrusion of the bone can be minimized or avoided.
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