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MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM DISORDERS PART II- MEDICAL SURGERY
Describe causes of osteomyelitis and p…
Nursing care for osteomyelitis
Paget;s disease
Gout
...
...
disorganized bone remodleing, resultin in incrased skull size.
Swollen, red, acutely painful great toe joint
Describe causes of osteomyelitis and p…
...
Nursing care for osteomyelitis
...
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Musculoskeletal Surgery
6 P's
Immediate Fracture Care
Casted Limb Care
Carpal Tunnel Release
Pain ... Paresthesia (Tingling/Burning)... Paralysis (No Movement)…
Rest... Ice... Compress... Elevate
Elevate limb 24-48 hrs... Ice can be applied over injury to redu…
Elevate patients hand.... Use splint as ordered (Up to 2 wks)... Re…
6 P's
Pain ... Paresthesia (Tingling/Burning)... Paralysis (No Movement)…
Immediate Fracture Care
Rest... Ice... Compress... Elevate
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Surgery Musculoskeletal
Arthrography
Nursing Implications for Arthrography
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Nursing Implications for MRI
- air or contrast medium is injected into a synovial joint wh…
- inform pt the test is uncomfortable during injection... - join…
- electromagnets provide a three-dimensional visualization of…
- screen for contradictions such as metal in body... - inform pa…
Arthrography
- air or contrast medium is injected into a synovial joint wh…
Nursing Implications for Arthrography
- inform pt the test is uncomfortable during injection... - join…
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Surgery - Musculoskeletal
What does the surgery for carpal tunne…
buzz word: sunburst appearance with bo…
What is the peak age for osteosarcoma?
What is the site most frequently invol…
Release adhesions of the median nerve... Divide the transverse c…
osteosarcma - the "sunburst" is osteoblast formation
boys to men: 10-25
distal femur, metaphysis of the long bone
What does the surgery for carpal tunne…
Release adhesions of the median nerve... Divide the transverse c…
buzz word: sunburst appearance with bo…
osteosarcma - the "sunburst" is osteoblast formation
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Musculoskeletal Surgery
Joint replacement
Avascular Necrosis
Athroplasy
What are the two components to a total…
done when pts with connective diseases where the joints are s…
a condition in which bone tissue dies (usually at femoral hea…
term used for joint replacement
acetabular cup- inserted into the pelvic acetabulum... A femoral…
Joint replacement
done when pts with connective diseases where the joints are s…
Avascular Necrosis
a condition in which bone tissue dies (usually at femoral hea…
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Musculoskeletal Surgery
Closed reduction
Closed Reduction Ansesthesia
Checks patency of reduction
Open reduction
nonsurgical, manual realignment of bone
Local or general
XRAY
Correction through surgical incicsion... -Internal fixation... (Wir…
Closed reduction
nonsurgical, manual realignment of bone
Closed Reduction Ansesthesia
Local or general
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Medical Surgery
Why do patients get blood products?
List the two main functions of transfu…
What is whole blood given for and how…
PRBC's ... 1. what must you do first?... 2.…
1. anemic w/ a hgb < 8-10... 2. increase their blood volume... 3. t…
1. increase O2 carrying capacity of the blood... 2. reverse tiss…
-for shock, low blood volume, low Hgb, low Hct, hemorrhage... -5…
1. must be typed and cross matched... 2. Rh neg. gets Rh neg. ... 3…
Why do patients get blood products?
1. anemic w/ a hgb < 8-10... 2. increase their blood volume... 3. t…
List the two main functions of transfu…
1. increase O2 carrying capacity of the blood... 2. reverse tiss…
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Musculoskeletal - Surgeries
total joint replacements; with rehab y…
procedure that uses a scope to view th…
surgical immobilization/fusion of a jo…
½ of the total joint. (knee=medial or…
Arthroplasty
Arthroscopy
Arthrodesis
Hemiarthroplasty
total joint replacements; with rehab y…
Arthroplasty
procedure that uses a scope to view th…
Arthroscopy
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Musculoskeletal Surgeries
Advantages of Open Reduction
Rotator Cuff treatment
Carpel Tunnel Post op care
Management of carpal tunnel
Early initiation of ROM of the joint if open reduction with i…
RICE... Cortisone injection... Arthroscopic repair... Acromioplasty:…
1st 24 hours: RICE ... ROM of thumb and fingers... Neurovascular ch…
PO nsaids... Steroid injections... Surgical repair: incision or ar…
Advantages of Open Reduction
Early initiation of ROM of the joint if open reduction with i…
Rotator Cuff treatment
RICE... Cortisone injection... Arthroscopic repair... Acromioplasty:…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery
Acute Intervention of Sprains & Strains
RICE
Cyrotherapy
Why should the injured extremity be el…
1) stop activity and limit movement... 2)apply ice compress to i…
Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation... may decrease local inflamm…
cold therapy used for MS injuries can be used to produce hypo…
To help mobilize excess fluid from area and prevent further e…
Acute Intervention of Sprains & Strains
1) stop activity and limit movement... 2)apply ice compress to i…
RICE
Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation... may decrease local inflamm…
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Orthopedic Surgery/Musculoskeletal
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (6)
Developmental dysplasia of the hip (4)
Hip pathology in children (1)
Legg-Calve-Perthes disease (5)
-orthopedic emergency!... -chubby or lanky boy around 13... -groin…
-genetic; should be diagnosed right after birth... -hips easily…
-may show up with hip pain or knee pain
-around age 6 ... -insidious limping, decreased motion, hip (or…
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (6)
-orthopedic emergency!... -chubby or lanky boy around 13... -groin…
Developmental dysplasia of the hip (4)
-genetic; should be diagnosed right after birth... -hips easily…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery
Soft tissue injuries
Sprains and strains, causes
Sprain
first degree sprain
-sprains... -strains... -dislocations... -subluxations ... -usually cause…
-caused from abnormal stretching/twisting forces... -vigorous ac…
-inj to ligamentous structures surrounding joint ... -wrenching…
-tears in a few fibers... -mild tenderness, minimal swelling ... -u…
Soft tissue injuries
-sprains... -strains... -dislocations... -subluxations ... -usually cause…
Sprains and strains, causes
-caused from abnormal stretching/twisting forces... -vigorous ac…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery
What is the difference between a sprai…
An 18-year-old male twisted his ankle…
You suspect an ankle sprain when a pat…
What would be the most distinct sign t…
Answer: A... Rationale: Sprain is an injury to ligamentous stru…
Answer: B... Rationale: Cold should be applied immediately but…
Answer: D... Rationale: A sprain is an injury to the ligamentou…
Answer: C... Rationale: The most obvious sign of a dislocation…
What is the difference between a sprai…
Answer: A... Rationale: Sprain is an injury to ligamentous stru…
An 18-year-old male twisted his ankle…
Answer: B... Rationale: Cold should be applied immediately but…
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Medical Surgery
Why do patients get blood products?
List the two main functions of transfu…
What is whole blood given for and how…
PRBC's ... 1. what must you do first?... 2.…
1. anemic w/ a hgb < 8-10... 2. increase their blood volume... 3. t…
1. increase O2 carrying capacity of the blood... 2. reverse tiss…
-for shock, low blood volume, low Hgb, low Hct, hemorrhage... -5…
1. must be typed and cross matched... 2. Rh neg. gets Rh neg. ... 3…
Why do patients get blood products?
1. anemic w/ a hgb < 8-10... 2. increase their blood volume... 3. t…
List the two main functions of transfu…
1. increase O2 carrying capacity of the blood... 2. reverse tiss…
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Musculoskeletal Medications
Selective estrogen receptor modulator…
VITAMIN D3 (Rocaltrol)
VITAMIN D2
Calcium supplement (Kalcinate)
Raloxifene
Calcitriol
cholecalciferol
Calcium gluconate
Selective estrogen receptor modulator…
Raloxifene
VITAMIN D3 (Rocaltrol)
Calcitriol
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Musculoskeletal Nursing (Orthopedic Surgery)
Amputations
Nurses Role in Prevention
Amputations... Goals of Surgery
Pre-Op Teaching Plan
Indications: ... -ciculatory impairment... -tramatic and thermal in…
Surgical: skin inspections, no extreme temperatures, manage g…
-removing infected, damaged, or ischemic tissue while preserv…
Patient aware of what is going to happen, what will happen af…
Amputations
Indications: ... -ciculatory impairment... -tramatic and thermal in…
Nurses Role in Prevention
Surgical: skin inspections, no extreme temperatures, manage g…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Arhrodesis
Arthroplasy
Bursitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Surgical fusion of a joint
The reconstruction of replacement of a joint to relieve pain,…
Inflammation of the bursa
A condition caused by compression of the median nerve, which…
Arhrodesis
Surgical fusion of a joint
Arthroplasy
The reconstruction of replacement of a joint to relieve pain,…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Soft Tissue Injury
*Patient Teaching Guide Prevention of…
(1)
(2)
Include sprains, strains, dislocations, and subluxations, and…
...
Use ramps in buildings and at street corners instead of steps…
Eliminate scatter rugs in the home
Soft Tissue Injury
Include sprains, strains, dislocations, and subluxations, and…
*Patient Teaching Guide Prevention of…
...
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Arhrodesis
Arthroplasy
Bursitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Surgical fusion of a joint
The reconstruction of replacement of a joint to relieve pain,…
Inflammation of the bursa
A condition caused by compression of the median nerve, which…
Arhrodesis
Surgical fusion of a joint
Arthroplasy
The reconstruction of replacement of a joint to relieve pain,…
61 terms
Musculoskeletal Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery
What is the difference between a sprai…
An 18-year-old male twisted his ankle…
You suspect an ankle sprain when a pat…
What would be the most distinct sign t…
Answer: A... Rationale: Sprain is an injury to ligamentous stru…
Answer: B... Rationale: Cold should be applied immediately but…
Answer: D... Rationale: A sprain is an injury to the ligamentou…
Answer: C... Rationale: The most obvious sign of a dislocation…
What is the difference between a sprai…
Answer: A... Rationale: Sprain is an injury to ligamentous stru…
An 18-year-old male twisted his ankle…
Answer: B... Rationale: Cold should be applied immediately but…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
1. When teaching seniors at a communit…
2. A factory line worker has repetitiv…
4. Which discharge instruction will th…
8. Which nursing intervention will be…
ANS: C... Comfortable shoes with good support will help decrease…
ANS: D... Treatment for repetitive strain syndrome includes chan…
ANS: C... Elevation of the leg will reduce the amount of swellin…
ANS: B... Assessment of bowel sounds, abdominal pain, and nausea…
1. When teaching seniors at a communit…
ANS: C... Comfortable shoes with good support will help decrease…
2. A factory line worker has repetitiv…
ANS: D... Treatment for repetitive strain syndrome includes chan…
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medical terminology musculoskeletal system
ankyl/o
arthr/o
bucc/o
burs/o
stiff ankylosis complete loss of movement in a joint
joint example arthralgia
check buccinator
bursa bursolith stone in a bursa
ankyl/o
stiff ankylosis complete loss of movement in a joint
arthr/o
joint example arthralgia
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Fractures
Open Fracture Vs. Closed Fracture
Complete or Incomplete
Classifciation of Fractures
Disruption or break in continuity of structure of bone. Major…
Open- goes through skin. Infection risk... Closed- bone still in…
Complete- break is completely through bone... Incomplete- bone i…
Based on direction of fracture line... linear, oblique, transver…
Fractures
Disruption or break in continuity of structure of bone. Major…
Open Fracture Vs. Closed Fracture
Open- goes through skin. Infection risk... Closed- bone still in…
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Lewis: Medical-Surgical Nursing, 8th Edition Chapter 63: Nursing Management: Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery Key Points
SOFT-TISSUE INJURIES
DISLOCATION AND SUBLUXATION
REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
• A sprain is an injury to ligamentous structures surrounding…
• Dislocation is a severe injury of the ligamentous structure…
• Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is a cumulative traumatic di…
• Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is caused by compression of th…
SOFT-TISSUE INJURIES
• A sprain is an injury to ligamentous structures surrounding…
DISLOCATION AND SUBLUXATION
• Dislocation is a severe injury of the ligamentous structure…
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Medical Surgery
Dehiscence
Evisceration
Eschar
Granulation tissue
Partial or complete separation of wound
The rupturing of a wound
Hard, dry, leathery dead tissue
New tissue that grows and fills a wound
Dehiscence
Partial or complete separation of wound
Evisceration
The rupturing of a wound
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Musculoskeletal: injuries, fractures, surgery
Osteoarthritis
Traction
Traction Nursing Managment
Bucks Traction
the most common form of joint disease in North America; a slo…
Immobilize, alleviate pain and muscle spasm, prevent or corre…
Straight alignment of ropes and pulleys... weights hang free... ass…
Decreases muscle spasm, immobilizes and helps alignment, prev…
Osteoarthritis
the most common form of joint disease in North America; a slo…
Traction
Immobilize, alleviate pain and muscle spasm, prevent or corre…
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Medical Surgery
Why do patients get blood products?
List the two main functions of transfu…
What is whole blood given for and how…
PRBC's ... 1. what must you do first?... 2.…
1. anemic w/ a hgb < 8-10... 2. increase their blood volume... 3. t…
1. increase O2 carrying capacity of the blood... 2. reverse tiss…
-for shock, low blood volume, low Hgb, low Hct, hemorrhage... -5…
1. must be typed and cross matched... 2. Rh neg. gets Rh neg. ... 3…
Why do patients get blood products?
1. anemic w/ a hgb < 8-10... 2. increase their blood volume... 3. t…
List the two main functions of transfu…
1. increase O2 carrying capacity of the blood... 2. reverse tiss…
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FA musculoskeletal conditions- LA surgery
What are the characteristics of FA lam…
What is the economic loss due to lamen…
what is included in the lameness exam?
What is the dairyCo mobility score?
up to 60% of national herd/annunal ... mainly seen in dairy- man…
reduced production- weight loss, infertility and lower milk p…
herd history ... case history ... obervation- herd/ case ... - movemen…
0-3 ... 0-completely sound, 3- very lame ... developed for farmers…
What are the characteristics of FA lam…
up to 60% of national herd/annunal ... mainly seen in dairy- man…
What is the economic loss due to lamen…
reduced production- weight loss, infertility and lower milk p…
Surgery/ Musculoskeletal hand and fingers
Fibrous digital sheath cruciform part
Fibrous digital sheath annular part
Adductor pollicis muscle
Flexor pollicis brevis muscle
...
...
...
...
Fibrous digital sheath cruciform part
...
Fibrous digital sheath annular part
...
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musculoskeletal trauma and orthopedic surgery
soft tissue injuries
tendons
ligaments
sprains
-usually caused by trauma... -also can be sports related... -result…
connect muscle to bone
connect bone to bone
strech and/or tear of a ligament
soft tissue injuries
-usually caused by trauma... -also can be sports related... -result…
tendons
connect muscle to bone
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Trauma/ orthopedic surgery and musculoskeletal
Most common cause of musculoskeletal i…
Rotator Cuff Tear
Tendonitis- inflamed tendon
Ligament injury - KNEES- due to torque…
TRAUMA- results in fractures, dislocations, soft tissue injury
NSAID's, rest, ROM/ strengthening exercises- may need surgica…
NSAIDs, rest, ice, slow return to activity, brace if needed
NSAIDs, rest, ice, brace, surgery
Most common cause of musculoskeletal i…
TRAUMA- results in fractures, dislocations, soft tissue injury
Rotator Cuff Tear
NSAID's, rest, ROM/ strengthening exercises- may need surgica…
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Musculoskeletal trauma and orthopedic surgery
The most common cause of musculoskelet…
For all age groups, accidents are exce…
Accidental injuries are the leading ca…
The morbidity of seceded with accident…
A traumatic events resulted in fracture, this location, and o…
Heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory tract diseas…
In young adults in the United States
Environmental hazards, use of appropriate safety equipment an…
The most common cause of musculoskelet…
A traumatic events resulted in fracture, this location, and o…
For all age groups, accidents are exce…
Heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory tract diseas…
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Musculoskeletal Disorders and Surgery: PNE
Lab Value: Calcium
Lab Value: Uric Acid
Lab Value: INR (international normaliz…
Osteoarthritis: what the heck is it?
8.5-10.5 mg/100ml
3.0-7.0 mg/100ml
2-3.5
it results from deterioration, its progressive, its commonly…
Lab Value: Calcium
8.5-10.5 mg/100ml
Lab Value: Uric Acid
3.0-7.0 mg/100ml
Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Sprain (soft tissue injury)
1st degree sprain
2nd degree sprain
3rd degree sprain
twisting or wrenching of a ligamentous structure surrounding…
Mild sprain. Tears in only a few fibers with mild tenderness…
Moderate sprain. Partial disruption of the involved tissue wi…
Severe sprain. Complete tearing of the ligament with moderate…
Sprain (soft tissue injury)
twisting or wrenching of a ligamentous structure surrounding…
1st degree sprain
Mild sprain. Tears in only a few fibers with mild tenderness…
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Musculoskeletal trauma can be
Fractures affect
An injury to the ligament structures... L…
over stretching or tear 1st degree (Mi…
Mild to severe... Soft tissue... Fractures... Complete amputation... Life…
Affect function of muscle, tendons, and ligaments
Sprain
tears in a few fibers, mild tenderness and minimal swelling
Musculoskeletal trauma can be
Mild to severe... Soft tissue... Fractures... Complete amputation... Life…
Fractures affect
Affect function of muscle, tendons, and ligaments
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complications of musculoskeletal trauma and surgery
Rhabdomyolysis
rhabdomyolysis s/s
rhabdomyolysis treatment
Fat Embolism Syndrome
Injured muscle fibers leak inflammatory mediators into circul…
Pain, tenderness... Swelling... Bruising... Weakness... Soft, flabby musc…
IV fluids... Sodium bicarbonate infusion... Dialysis
Fat globules from long-bone fractures enter circulatory syste…
Rhabdomyolysis
Injured muscle fibers leak inflammatory mediators into circul…
rhabdomyolysis s/s
Pain, tenderness... Swelling... Bruising... Weakness... Soft, flabby musc…
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Chapter 63: Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Sprain
mild sprain (1st degree)
moderate sprain (2nd degree)
severe sprain (3rd degree)
an injury to the ligamentous structures surrounding a joint,…
tears in only a few fibers resulting in mild tenderness and m…
partial disruption of involved tissue with more sweeling and…
complete tearing of the ligament in association with moderate…
Sprain
an injury to the ligamentous structures surrounding a joint,…
mild sprain (1st degree)
tears in only a few fibers resulting in mild tenderness and m…
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medical surgery
what is the appropiate order of steps…
what is the name of the fluis=d with h…
which statemnt are true wih regard to…
the medical assistant is changing a st…
Sanitize hands and ensure that they are completely dry.... Check…
exudate
surgidac is a polyester fiber suture the material... surgical gu…
before applying the new dressing
what is the appropiate order of steps…
Sanitize hands and ensure that they are completely dry.... Check…
what is the name of the fluis=d with h…
exudate
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Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
Sprain
Strain
Symptoms of Soft-Tissue damage
When should full function return in a…
. Soft-Tissue ... . Injury to ligaments... . ankles and wrists by w…
. Soft-tissue... . Excessive stretching or tear of a muscle and/…
. pain, edema, and decreased function
3-6 wks
Sprain
. Soft-Tissue ... . Injury to ligaments... . ankles and wrists by w…
Strain
. Soft-tissue... . Excessive stretching or tear of a muscle and/…
Lewis: Medical-Surgical Nursing, 8th Edition Chapter 63: Nursing Management: Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery Key Points
SOFT-TISSUE INJURIES
DISLOCATION AND SUBLUXATION
REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
• A sprain is an injury to ligamentous structures surrounding…
• Dislocation is a severe injury of the ligamentous structure…
• Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is a cumulative traumatic di…
• Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is caused by compression of th…
SOFT-TISSUE INJURIES
• A sprain is an injury to ligamentous structures surrounding…
DISLOCATION AND SUBLUXATION
• Dislocation is a severe injury of the ligamentous structure…
51 terms
Medical Terminology Musculoskeletal System
ankyl/o
arthr/o
articul/o
burs/o
stiff joint
joint
joint
sac
ankyl/o
stiff joint
arthr/o
joint
Parte derecha surgery/musculoskeletal
Biceps m.
Brachialus m.
Brachioradialus m.
Pronator teres m.
...
...
...
...
Biceps m.
...
Brachialus m.
...
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SA Surgery : Musculoskeletal
What is Osteochondritis dissecans?
Describe the pathogenesis of OCD.
What would you see radiographically in…
Where does OCD typically occur?
Failure of endochondral ossification
The cartilage is normally nourished by synovial fluid initial…
flattening of subchondral bone, saucer-shaped radiolucent are…
Shoulder - midline or lateral aspect of dorsocaudal humeral h…
What is Osteochondritis dissecans?
Failure of endochondral ossification
Describe the pathogenesis of OCD.
The cartilage is normally nourished by synovial fluid initial…
65 terms
Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
What is a sprain or strain?
What is a sprain?
What is a strain?
How are sprains and strains graded?
abnormal stretching or twisting of soft tissues
Ligament!! (joints! ankle, wrist, knee joint)
Muscle, fascial sheath or tendon!! (lower back, calf, hanstri…
1-3rd degree
What is a sprain or strain?
abnormal stretching or twisting of soft tissues
What is a sprain?
Ligament!! (joints! ankle, wrist, knee joint)
16 terms
Musculoskeletal Trauma and Orthopedic Surgery
What are the initial emergency managem…
What should un-necessary movement of t…
What are the overall goals of fracture…
Special emphasis should be placed on t…
...
...
...
...
What are the initial emergency managem…
...
What should un-necessary movement of t…
...
52 terms
Surgery Medications
Balanced Anesthesia
Categories of anesthetics
Inhalation anesthetics
Inhalation: Gaseous
Using a variety of anesthetics because no one agent is ideal.…
1) Inhalation: gaseous, volatile ... 2) IV: hypnotics, narcotics…
Administered through respiratory tract. Dosage controlled by…
Classification: gaseous general anesthetic... Prototype: nitrous…
Balanced Anesthesia
Using a variety of anesthetics because no one agent is ideal.…
Categories of anesthetics
1) Inhalation: gaseous, volatile ... 2) IV: hypnotics, narcotics…
51 terms
Medical Terminology Musculoskeletal System
ankyl/o
arthr/o
articul/o
burs/o
stiff joint
joint
joint
sac
ankyl/o
stiff joint
arthr/o
joint
39 terms
Musculoskeletal Medications
Pharmacologic action is usually attrib…
Examples of skeletal muscle relaxants:
(skeletal muscle relaxant) Contraindic…
(skeletal muscle relaxant)... Used to rel…
Skeletal Muscle Relaxants
Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine) ... Robaxin (methocarbamol)
Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine)
Robaxin (methocarbamol)
Pharmacologic action is usually attrib…
Skeletal Muscle Relaxants
Examples of skeletal muscle relaxants:
Flexeril (cyclobenzaprine) ... Robaxin (methocarbamol)
125 terms
Surgery (Medical Kiswahili)
kupasua
kukata
kupasuliwa
kupasulia
to operate
to operate
to be operated on
to operate (prepositional form)
kupasua
to operate
kukata
to operate
9 terms
musculoskeletal medications
skeletal muscle relaxants
used to prevent or relieve muscle spas…
muscle relaxants are contraindicated in
muscle relaxants are metabolized by
Baclofen, Diazepam, Cyclobenzaprine
muscle relaxants
patients with sever liver, renal or heart dz
liver or excreted from kidneys
skeletal muscle relaxants
Baclofen, Diazepam, Cyclobenzaprine
used to prevent or relieve muscle spas…
muscle relaxants
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