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Why Are Some People More Likely To Develop Multiple Fractures Than Others
A fracture is a broken bone. As there is cartilage at the end of many bones at the joint, a fracture may also include a break in the cartilage. Fractures and broken bones are the same thing. It seems that many believe that a "fracture" is a lesser injury or an incomplete break in the bone, but this is not correct. Fractures may be displaced or ...Read more
See an orthopaedist: There are many different factors that influence the healing a bone fractures. The bones involved and the severity of the fractures will dictate healing time. See your orthopaedic surgeon for a specific discussion of your injuries. Adding a calcium and vitamin d supplement will assist in your overall healing process. ...Read more
Yes: Multiple fractures that generally occur with major accidents such as a motor vehicle accidents or battle field injuries can result in mulitple fractures that can lead to hypovolemic shock from blood loss. Other injuries leading to spine involvement can lead to neurogenic shock.....You can review the types of shock by visiting reputable medical sites on the internet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Everyone is different and every fracture is different. Each injury requires a various amount of healing before function can be restored. If surgery is needed as well that can also impact the time it takes to rehab appropriately. Ask your orthopaedic surgeon for more details. ...Read more
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A lot of symptoms: When have mutiple fractures, this means the risk factors increase and complication rate increased, like injury to nerve, injury to blood vesseles, possible faty embolism, resparotery prblems. ...Read more
Don't smoke: Things that help fractures heal include calcium (1500mg/day), vitamin d (2000iu) a day, but there is some conflicting data on that. But vitamin d deficiency can slow fracture healing. Above all else avoid smoking which greatly slows fracture healing. Also avoid nsaids (like ibuprofen) as they may also slow bone healing. ...Read more
Can a man stay conscious while being struck in the head with a maglite if he recieved multiple fractures?
Yes: Yes, it is possible depending on where the head was struck. ...Read more
I was working as a delivery man in a pizza company, i got a very bad accident and had multiple fractures. What can I do to recover faster?
Good healthy habits: Take great care of yourself- eat well - no junk food, 3 square meals each day. Make sure to get a portion of meat or fish or poultry or eggs or cheese with each meal. Get plenty of sleep. Drink only water. Get some fresh air and sunshine each day. Make sure that you are getting proper physical therapy. ...Read more
Abuse: Multiple fractures in an infant is a sign of child abuse. The child needs to be evaluated for that potential. There is also a syndrome called iatrogenic a i perfecta that may cause weak none and increase the liklihood of fracture and should potentially be evaluate for. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: It depends on the alignment of the fractures and the location of the fractures. ...Read more
Rehab: Skull fractures alone don't always cause brain injury, but often do. Depending on the nature of the brain injury; severity, location etc & degree of impairment, there are rehab specialists who treat brain injury. They may be neurologists (rarely) or physical medicine-rehab docs. You can find help by looking up your state's Brain Injury Association or talking to your primary doctor for referral. ...Read more
Reflex sympathetic : Most likely they treated for reflex sympathetic syndrome which happen some when have a lot of pain in some patients. ...Read more
Is it ok to take tetracycline while my bones are healing from multiple fractures? (prescribed for acne)
Should be: But check with your pmd...Get a more detailed answer ›
6-8 wks: Rib fractures generally take 6- 8 weeks to heal. More than one does not increase the healing time... But multiple rib fxs. Does increase the chance of pneumothorax...See your md ...Read more
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