Left Arm Fracture In A 7-year-old Child, But Still Bent, What To Do?
Tonight … a month ago my 7 year old son suffered a fracture of the left hand bone. Broken in the middle of the hand between the elbow and wrist. At that time I was very confused ad advice from my LGG sister I brought it to Putung’s denial. As a result my son’s hands are bent or his bones are somewhat protruding. I thought. What should I do. Thank you in advance
Broken bone is a condition that receives serious attention. To determine a person's diagnosis of a broken bone or not a series of examinations should be done such as a history of trauma, a physical examination directly by a doctor, and supported by supporting examinations such as X-rays. If indeed a person has a fracture, the treatment also depends on the type of fracture, is it just a crack or is it broken with a straight or slanted fault line or broken bone fracture. Usually the condition of fractures does require further treatment such as surgery. This is necessary so that the broken bones can be made the right connection so that the healing process is good and the results are good. For conditions that your child is experiencing where your child's hands are bent and there are rather prominent bones, it can occur as union malformations or new bone growth processes or incomplete or incorrect healing due to improper handling. Therefore you should check your child's condition further to an orthopedic specialist, so that you can do a direct examination, how is your child's current condition and what treatment is appropriate for your child's condition. The following article you can read broken bones.
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