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Spinal Surgery Disorders
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Treatment of Hip Disorders
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Treatment of Splinting
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I am a 23 year old male. I met with a road accident on late of January and fractured my Femur Bone. Oblique Fracture. And had a vascular injury as well because of age accident. It's been complete 4 months but my xray are not showing any improvement. What should I do. I was treated with plates and nail for the support of my femur.
6 months phale mera mera accident hua tha and doctors ne clavical bone ka ooperation krne ko khaa thaa but mene kraya nhi or mere bone khud hee thik ho gyi but wrong jud gyi ab muje pain hota hai Doctors bolte hai ki aap ki nase dab gyi hai Give me your opinion?
PAIN KILLERS / ANALGESIA
Painkillers-or analgesics-are drugs that work by interfering with the pain transmission process. Although the stronger analgesics are only available by prescription from your doctor, many of the pain killers that you can obtain over-the-counter from your pharmacist can be effective if taken properly.
Remember to always ask your pharmacist for advice and never exceed the stated dose.
Surgery is only appropriate for a very small proportion of patients with back pain. Rarely, back pain may worsen to the extent that other functions or organs of the body (e.g. the bladder or the bowel) are affected. In the most severe cases, some patients may become paralyzed. Your doctor will use surgery as a last resort, when all other attempts at relieving your pain have failed.
If you have been referred for back surgery, you should carefully consider your options before consenting. As well as requiring many weeks of convalescence,success is never guaranteed and even after surgery the pain may not go away completely. It is important that you discuss the surgery and all the possible outcomes with your surgeon.
Useful questions to ask your back pain specialist include:
What kind of operation are you proposing?
What are the chances of good pain relief if i opt to have the surgery?
What will happen if i decide not to have the surgery?
What are my other options besides surgery?
What are the possible risks associated with this kind of surgery?
How long will i be in hospital for?
Will i have to undergo physiotherapy after the operation?
How long will i have to stay off work?
How long after the surgery will my life return to normal?
There areTWO general types of back surgery:·
Discectomy- involves the removal of part of a vertebral disc to reduce pressure on a nerve root.
Stabilization/fusion- involves fixing together two or more adjacent vertebrae with bone taken from elsewhere in the body.