Fracture Clinic

Newer Technique in fracture management:-

Fracture management can be divided into non operative and operative techniques. The no operative approach consists of a closed reduction if required followed by a period of immobilization with casting or splinting closed reduction is needed if the fracture is significantly displaced or angulated paediatric fracture are generally much more tolerant of non operative management owing to their significant remodelling potential

Elements of initial fracture management

The most important factors in fracture healing are blood supply and soft-tissue health and initial management of an injured limb should have the goal of maintaining or improving these. The initial management of fractures consists of realignment of the broken limb segment and then immobilizing the fractured extremely in a splint. The distal neurologic and vascular status must be clinically assessed and documented

before and after realignment and splinting. If a patient sustains an open fracture achieving haemostasis as rapidly as possible at the injury site is essential this can be achieved by placing a sterile pressure dressing over the injury site.

Minimally invasive procedures early rehabilitation:-

Minimally-invasive procedures also known as minimally invasive surgeries have been enabled by the advance of various medical technologies. Invasive and many operations requiring incisions of some size are referred to as open surgery. Incisions made can sometimes leave large wounds that are painful and take a long time to heal. Minimally invasive surgery refers to surgical techniques that limit the size of incisions needed and so lessens would healing time associated pain and risk of infection.

The front runners of minimally invasive procedures were invasive procedures were international radiologists. By the use of imaging techniques interventional instrument could be directed throughout the body by the radiologists by way of catheters instead of large incisions needed in traditional surgery. There are also several classed as non-invasive alternative treatment to surgery is radiation therapy also called radiotherapy.

Rathi hospital is taking care of patient in minimally invasive different way It is also say that it is highly effect to spine, bones, knee etc. Rathi hospital do minimally invasive procedures is advanced surgical methodology that incision in the skin while the surgeon is guided by sophisticated imaging technology that project the anatomical images on the television screen during the surgery. The theory is that smaller incisions and percutaneous approach will create less tissue damage less blood loss shorter hospital stay and faster recovery.