If just the tip of your finger was removed, the wound will typically heal on its own with a protective dressing and regular cleaning. • For more severe injuries, a portion of skin may need to be taken from another part of the body (graft) and attached to the wound site until it heals. • If a large portion of the finger was amputated, it may be possible to reattach it surgically (replantation). HOME CARE INSTRUCTIONS • Take medicines only as directed by your health care provider.
In addition, with the “complete tibial side avulsion in athletes” (Phisitkul, James, Wolf, Amendola), I think surgery is needed, in this circumstance. In this situation, it is most likely needed because the tibia translated medially, also rupturing the MCL. First off, the tibia, needs to be realigned but then, the MCL ligament needs surgery because it is way out of alignment as well. In my opinion, if it was considered nonoperative in this scenario, the ends of the ligaments would have to be aligned in center with each other. In this case, they are not, so with surgery the collagen fibers can be sutured for alignment, which will allow for proper healing.
This procedure may be done repeatedly before the hole is closed. • Surgery. This is done if a patch does not lead to proper healing. The most common procedure is tympanoplasty, where the surgeon places a graft of your own tissue on the hole of the eardrum. This office procedure is usually done without anesthesia so you can go home the same day.
Failure to progress in the stages of wound healing can lead to chronic wounds. Factors that lead up to chronic wounds are venous disease, infection, diabetes, and metabolic deficiencies of the elderly. Careful wound care can speed up the stages of wound healing by keeping wounds moist, clean and protected from reinjury and infection. In the chronic wound condition, matrix Metalloprotease are over expressed which delays the wound healing mechanism
Dressing change was the one of the biggest source of pain as perceived by physician. Intense and prolonged pain often caused by burn injuries, the pain is exaggerated by the need to remove dressings frequently to maintain healing and banish the infection. There are some modern techniques such as skin replacement therapy and early excision that already reduced the amount of dressing changes in a burn injury (1). Choiniere et al
284). It is suggested the operation be a “Weaver-Dunn procedure using Dacron tape or autologous hamstring tendon to restore CC ligament function” (Bradley & Elkousy, 2003, p. 284). In type V injuries, the treatment is operative because “these injuries have significant disruption of the deltotrapezial fascia with pronounced superior displacement of the distal clavicle” (Bradley & Elkousy, 2003, p. 284). Although type VI injuries are rare, “they are treated with open reduction and internal fixation techniques” (Bradley & Elkousy, 2003, p. 285). No matter what type of separation occurs, stability needs to be provided by both the CC and AC ligaments to restore proper stabilization
You are a candidate for hand rejuvenation procedure if; -Your hands have age spots (liver spots); black or brown areas of increased pigmentation. -Your hands are wrinkled and thin, -Your hands show prominent veins and tendons due to volume loss. TECHNIQUES USED IN HAND REJUVENATION There are different techniques to this procedure with each having different
It also has to be decided whether a total or subtotal (supracervical) hysterectomy is more appropriate. A subtotal hysterectomy is more expedient particularly in moribund cases, but a total hysterectomy with removal of the cervix is advocated by some surgeons because of concerns about delayed hemorrhage from the hypervascularized vault especially in cases of placenta previa accreta. In practice, the decision is often best taken intraoperatively based on the patient’s physical condition, the degree of distortion of the pelvic anatomy by placental infiltration or scarring from previous surgery and the severity of bleeding. Surgical skill and experience significantly influence the decisions because of the distorted anatomy that often accompanies morbid placental adherence, and situations may arise where a subtotal operation is preferred because of the woman’s clinical status, or limited operator
Arthroscopically assisted techniques for ACL reconstruction have resulted in smaller incisions without disturbing adjacent uninvolved anatomic structures. The recovery and rehabilitation following these procedures has also been shortened. The advantages to surgeons include visual enhancement and magnification of the intercondylar notch as well as assessing and treating associated articular cartilage and meniscus injuries.15 Various mode of fixation of graft are also available like Tran’s fixation device, end button, bio screws, ligament staples etc. To control rotatory instability number of authors has suggested reconstruction of not only antero-medial but also Posterior -lateral instability. The double bundle ACL has wider contact areas between the bone and grafted tendon than a single bundle ACL via hamstring tendon, which means that only the margins of the tendon graft is anchored to collagen fibres resembling sharpey’s fibres and the tunnel wall in ACL reconstruction.
Scarring can bound the normal motion of the neck, shoulder, hands, or legs. Often surgery to help release this contracture can help a patient regain range of motion. Facial scarring that leads to problems with the eyelids, lips, nose, or hair loss can also be helped with reconstructive burn surgery. Scars that are abnormally thick, wide, or discolored might also be improved by a variety of operative and non-operative methods. With this said, I believe that plastic surgery should be implemented without restriction because this allows burn victims to be confident and themselves and have hope for having a bright