Revision Trauma Surgeries
When an injury occurs, it is referred to as primary trauma. If the injury occurs again after treatment and there is any damage at the location of the injury, it is referred to as revision trauma. At the site of the main injury, damage to the bones and soft tissue around the joints can ensue.
In this instance, your doctor may advise you to have a second operation to remove some or all of the original prosthesis and replace it with a new one, known as revision trauma surgery.
Revision Trauma Surgery differs from first injury surgery in that it is a more difficult process to treat the same location a second time. To obtain effective outcomes, it takes a lot of planning and the use of implants and specialised tools.
There'd be some Malunion and Nonunion are two forms of fractures that are difficult and complex to treat. The original fracture is essentially different from the malunion and nonunion fractures. It is critical to determine the source of the fracture so that the optimal treatment plan may be devised.
Management Of Compound Fractures
Compound fractures are defined as a lumbar fracture with an open and contaminated lesion and varying degrees of soft tissue loss around the bone and joints. Polytrauma instances are on the rise as a result of improved infrastructure, road transportation, and high-speed vehicles. Compound fractures (fractures with an open wound) are common in these circumstances, and if not treated effectively, can lead to infection and nonunion. At navkar Orthopaedic Clinic, a team of experts led by Dr. Bhavya Shah specialises in the treatment of compound fractures and infected nonunions, which can occur as a result of improper compound fracture management or infection in closed fractures.