Fracture of radius with displacement of edema

Date of the message: 01/16/2012 06:14

Good morning!The day before yesterday, I fell on my wrist, my hand swelled. After turning to the emergency department, I had a broken radial bone fracture on the right with an offset. The doctor refused, referring to what can only be done worse. The plaster was applied, and the hand swelled, it hurts, the temperature appeared. Now the question arises: Did the doctor do the right thing, or did he have to correct all the same? Thankful in advance for the answers.

Date of the message: 01/16/2012 06:30

Good morning, Lilia, you need to urgently turn to the surgeon's brush in
hospital number 6. Possible complications. Please immediately. I wish you luck and recovery.

Date of the message: 01/16/2012 08:54

Hello, Lily. Fracture must be corrected, otherwise the bones will not fuse properly and the function of the hand will be disturbed.

Date of the message: 01/17/2012 01:04

Many thanks for the answers!Unfortunately, the hospital refused. I live in St. Petersburg. I was sent to a trauma. I'll be dead in silence, the hospital and the ambulance refused. They offered only for a fee, but now I have no such opportunity. That's the trouble with us in the city.

Date of the message: 01/17/2012 09:43

Lily, but it's a nightmare! Injury refers to emergency and emergency care, which, according to the Health Law, should be provided free of charge. For an additional fee, additional rehabilitation assistance can be provided, and the correction of a fracture without special surgery should be free of charge!
Contact the health committee with a complaint about the doctors!
Here are the phones on which you can call and complain:
• Committee for Health Hotline 635-55-77
• Phone claims for emergency care 571-45-04

This must be done urgently. Otherwise, the fracture will grow together incorrectly, and then you will have to break everything all over again, and this will be more complicated and expensive.

Date of the message: 01/18/2012 05:18

Good evening, thank you very much for your advice.Today, with great difficulty, I got to the emergency room and got to another doctor. I did not change the X-ray. I told my doctor and changed it not earlier than in a week. But having looked at the old pictures confirmed that I did not need to correct it. As for the temperature up to 38 and the edema , that it is the reaction of the body. I designated Ampicillin in tablets, the cold on the inner part of my wrist every 2 hours for 10 minutes. Could you please advise: I have severe osteoporosis. What can I take to improve the condition and adhesion? E wrist? I would be very grateful to you for the answer!

Date of the message: 01/18/2012 22:25

Lily
Good evening!Congratulations on the progress in your difficult business. Fingers of the hand should be moved slowly and immediately, but more often. In combination with troxevasin (gel) or girudovenom (gel) on the fingers and overlying the gypsum sites well removes swelling and improves microcirculation. To correct osteoporosis, an examination is necessary and examination can be done. In the post-menopausal period, BVALOS helps women well. In general, a normal balanced diet is enough. Good luck and a speedy recovery.

Date of the message: 01/19/2012 03:29

Good morning, thank you very much for all your help and wishes!