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55 year male.. Fracture in right palms.. BP High patients.. Blood sugar low and down.. Recent damaged..

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Comminuted intraarticular fracture distal radius Impaction and shortening Maintaining reduction with pop alone is difficult It will get displaced again Closed reduction and percutaneous k wires and pop an option Other option is Jess fixator and ligamentotaxis Both can be done under regional anaesthesia like supraclavicular block

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Comminuted intraarticular fracture distal radius Impaction and shortening Maintaining reduction with pop alone is difficult It will get displaced again Closed reduction and percutaneous k wires and pop an option Other option is Jess fixator and ligamentotaxis Both can be done under regional anaesthesia like supraclavicular block

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Fracture at distal end of radius bone. Conservative POP...x 6 weeks.. Immobilization. NSAID.

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Colley's # Immobilization rt wrist joint for 45 days(POP ) after mild manipulation & traction. Monitor blood sugar & bp time to time, Antiinflamatory for 5 days(PC), May give calcium. Finger movements always after plastering.

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It's a collies fracture.... Need cast or surgical intervention... Followed by physical therapy for the functional training ....

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Communited # at distal end of radius (intra-articular) Refer to Orthopaedic . Monitoring Bp n sugar levels

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after surgical management he needs PHYSIOTHERAPY to HAND

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I AGREED Dr. RIJU SIR

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