Pen Installation Procedure In Patients With Broken Bones?
As I recall, there were two ways of mounting a bolt on a plate on a broken bone, there were those who immediately forgot the name, the same that was not directly tightened on the other one indirectly, and also forgot the name? Want to know how to tighten the bolt and also the advantages and disadvantages between the two
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First aid that must be done in limb injuries (shoulder, arm, hand, leg and leg) includes:
1. Immobilization, by conducting a surgery. Can be done using special tools or any object that is straight, hard and strong (like wood). If you use wood, then first wrap the wood with a cloth to become a soft cushion on the side that will be attached to the patient's body. In addition, it can also use other members of his body, such as an injury to the index finger so that temporary surgery is done by bandaging the index finger with the middle finger. Another example, injury to the right lower leg, then the splint can be done using the lower leg of the left leg. Immobilization aims to reduce the movement of the injured part freely so that it can reduce the pain that appears.
2. Elevate the affected part by blocking using a pillow.
3. Warm compresses on swollen or bruised areas.
4. Consumption of painkillers.
Next, consult with an orthopedic doctor. The doctor will conduct medical questions and answers, physical examinations and supporting examinations (such as X-rays). If there is a fracture, there are 2 ways you can do it to connect again, namely the cast (the action done without surgery) and the installation of the pen (which is done through surgery. Selection of 2 treatments are based on the location of the fracture and the type of fracture.
It looks like what you mean is an act of stewing. This problem has been explained before.
Thus hopefully useful.