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Testicular Trauma Treatment
Different: Er is just for emergencies and stabilize patients until they are routed to appropriate level of care. A trauma center is a hospital has a group of highly trained physicians and surgeons taking care of trauma patients. These include specialties like general surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery, ENT etc. ...Read more
Head trauma: In the er patient is quickly assessed, stabilized with regards to blood pressure, pulse rate, blood transfusion if blood needed- most important airway maintainance. After stabilization the patient is sent to radiology for necessary ct scans. Meanwhile a neurosurgeon is called if available. ...Read more
I just realized I have psychological trauma from a extremely frightening experience with a recreational drug. What kind of treatment do I need?
Evaluation 1st: An evaluation of your problem is needed before determining the best treatment -- they're not "one size fits all." best to see a psychiatrist first. Some drugs can trigger psychosis, and it doesn't go away when the drug leaves your system. Medications and/or talk therapy may help; the doctor will be able to suggest once s/he hears about your experience and how things are now for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Comprehensive: Multiple traumas need to be treated in a comprehensive manner. You cannot just treat one injury at a time, you need to make sure the whole boy of injuries are managed at the same time. Naturally a physician will want to stabilize the most threatening injury at first, but then all of the injuries must be managed for the best outcome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Evaluation: When trauma is sustained to the back, it is important to be seen either in the er or with a spine specialist. Most traumatic injuries to the back, are minor, yet quite painful. It is important to get x-rays to rule out fractures in trauma. If there are issues with mobilization or neurologic issues, additional treatments may be necessary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See H1 Goldurn?: Trauma needs description and investigation as to the result of the trauma before treatment plan can be recommended. ...Read more
Don't know: Broad question and too broad to be answered in this forum. Trauma is a noun which describes several descriptive adjectives. The cause and effect of the trauma must be studied in order to determine just what the trauma has cause in the back as the treatment would be totally dependent upon the result of the trauma. ...Read more
Transport to Level I/II Trauma Ctr. ER.
Refer Rx to Trauma Surgeon, as well as, follow up care. ...Read more
What treatment would you suggest for emotional issues or emotional trauma? I am interested in the treatment of more emotional issues and how you determine what level the issues are at. What modality would you learn first? I am a kinesiologist and practi
Treat complications.: This depends on how bad the trauma is and what complications it develops. One of the most severe can be a pseudocyst a collection of fluid in the organ tissue of the pancreas or in the lesser sac of the abdomen. This is rich in pancreatic enzymes, blood, and necrotic tissue. If large, it may need drainage. It can have complications, like rupture, that may need more extensive management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on injury: The treatment and prognosis will depend on the nature and location of the injury. Injuries can range from superficial scratches to rupture of the eyeball. Blunt trauma tends to cause inflammation, bleeding, and bruising of the eye tissues, as well as fractures of the bones around the eye. Sharp trauma tends to cause abrasions and lacerations. Any eye injury should be immediately checked by a md. ...Read more
Splint and suture: If the gums are cut, they may need a few sutures, if the tooth is loose, it must be placed back in proper position and stabilized there w a splint. This will also allow the surrounding bone to heal if there is an alveolar fracture. In addition, a dentist needs to monitor the status of the pulp inthe affected tooth, perhaps a root canal will be needed. Other teeth in the area as well as opposing th. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pincered t-spine at t-9 in 1988. Incessant buckling led to paraspinal swelling; cumulative trauma disorder. What treatment modalities are available?
Multiple: The treatment of chronic thoracic pain can range from the conservative, to the much more aggressive. Conservative options, which presumably yo have done can include medications, activity restrictions, and non -invasive treatments such as therapy. More aggressive options usually fall under either interventional pain management or surgical approaches. Sitting down with a spine specialist can help. ...Read more
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Diagnosed tietze caused by trauma. After 6 months swell and pain stays nrs 6-7. Had 5 cortisone shots and oxicodone long term treatment. Risks? Help?
High risk: The oxy's are very habit forming. Beware. ...Read more
Not a computer?: That is a question for the office or er if the injury is severe. If you don't have an ENT or facial plastic surgeon, go to your pcp. If there are deep lacerations, they will need to be cleaned at closed. Antibiotics may be prescribed. The teeth and jawbones need to be evaluated as well, x-rays could be indicated. If there is significant dental or bony injury, surgery might be recommended. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers