Principles for Surgical Treatment of Long Bones Fractures Complicated by Purulent Infection

Abstract


Modern concept for the treatment of long bones fractures complicated by purulent infection is presented. The main principles of this concept are the determination of volume and pattern of bone and soft tissue injury, radical debridement, stable bone fragments' fixation, use of primary and early reconstructive-restorative operations for substitution of bone and soft tissue defects. Treatment results for 268 patients (289 extremity segments) have been analyzed. Applied method of grouping patients with complicated long bone fractures by the pattern and volume of injury enables to determine the volume of debridement, terms and steps of osteosynthesis and reconstructive-plastic operations. Good and satisfactory results have been achieved in 88% of cases.

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