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Precautions for finger fracture splint retention Precautions for finger fracture splint retention Finger fractures are a common hand fracture, ranking first in limb fractures. Most are caused by trauma. Finger fractures can cause local pain and swelling, and limited mobility. If the fracture of the near middle finger is significantly displaced, angular deformity, bone friction, and abnormal movement may occur locally. After a fracture of the distal phalanx, the flexion of the finger showed a typical mallet finger deformity, accompanied by extensional dysfunction. Bone friction and abnormal movement can be palpated in patients with displaced fractures. Finger fractures can be fixed with splint treatment, the following is about the time and precautions of splint fixation; It usually takes about 6 weeks for splinting after fracture. The specific fixation time needs to be further determined according to the degree of fracture healing. The standard healing time for adults is generally about 6 weeks. After 6 weeks, the splint can be removed for joint function exercise. However, if the fracture is not well healed and the splint removal standard is not reached, the splint should be used for a certain period of time, and conventional treatment should not exceed 3 months. The following points should be paid attention to when using small splints after fracture reduction: 1. Pay attention to the blood circulation of the limbs: One of the following situations: (1) Pain worsens. (2) Numbness of hands and feet, slow response to acupuncture. (3) Restricted movement of fingers or toes of injured limbs. (5) Pale or blue hands and feet, (6) Cold limbs, indicating poor blood circulation in the limbs, should be reported to a doctor for treatment immediately. 2. Do not loosen the small splint without authorization, so as to avoid fracture displacement or fracture re-fracture. 3. Prevent the fracture from being displaced again, protect the injured limbs, and prevent the fracture from being displaced by external impact or other reasons. 4. Functional exercise: After the fracture is reset, the affected limb can be exercised according to the doctor's recommendation, such as clenching, muscle contraction and relaxation, closed joint flexion and extension, and various physical therapies to promote the disappearance of swelling and fracture healing. 5. Regular outpatient review should be carried out at the time specified by the doctor. Usually at least once a week. In addition, one of the taboo principles for patients with fractures and trauma is to avoid spicy and greasy foods. After a fracture, there is often an inflammatory reaction around the fracture. Greasy and spicy stimulation can promote the generation of damp heat, aggravate inflammation, and affect fracture healing. After the splint is removed, the patient should follow the doctor's advice and return to the hospital for regular review. SHIJIAZHUANH AOSUO O&P
Finger rehabilitation training refers Finger rehabilitation training refers Finger rehabilitation training refers to the training methods for finger dysfunction (after stroke or fracture): 1. Strength training, through electrical stimulation or certain grasping actions or manual stimulation, to strengthen the muscle strength of the fingers. 2. The training of joint range of motion is to restore the range of motion of the metacarpophalangeal joints or interphalangeal joints through passive stretching or joint mobilization. 3. Training to reduce muscle tension, especially after a stroke, fingers are prone to flexion, which is mainly caused by increased finger flexor muscle tension. The fingers can be lowered through hyperthermia (wax therapy or soaking in traditional Chinese medicine) or repeated stretches. Muscle tension of the flexors. 4. Training of finger flexibility. After the finger function reaches a certain level, it can increase the flexibility of the fingers by practicing finger pointing or pinching objects.
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Scope of application of finger fixator Scope of application of finger fixator It is suitable for finger and metacarpophalangeal diseases such as interphalangeal joint dislocation, finger fracture, mallet finger, acute metacarpophalangeal arthritis, thumb sprain, finger tendon rupture contracture, tenosynovitis, etc. If you can't fix a broken finger, it may lead to abnormal healing of bones. A broken or sprained finger may be swollen and painful. This injury occurs by smashing, seizing or bending fingers in the wrong direction. Finger fractures and sprains usually do not require plaster. Finger splints can be purchased at the counter or X-rays placed by health care professionals can be used to check the bones of broken fingers. A simple finger splint can be used as a splint. In the splint, the injured finger and the nearest uninjured finger are tied together. Tape secures two fingers to prevent them from bending apart. This simple finger splint technique is usually used for finger ligament injury. It is also often used to treat dislocated joints or sprained fingers SHIJIAZHUANG AOSUO O&P
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Introduction of multifunctional orthopedic shoes Introduction of multifunctional orthopedic shoes Traditional children's ankle and foot orthotics in China can no longer meet the needs of customers. Aiming at the deficiency of traditional orthopedic products, a multifunctional children's orthopedic shoes has been developed. This product is fashionable and beautiful in appearance, and its orthopedic effect is better than that of traditional orthopedic shoes, and it can eliminate the psychological disorder of orthopedic children. The targeted diseases include pointed foot, foot drop, heel varus, flat foot, horseshoe foot, unstable ankle joint, varus foot, inner octapod, outer octapod, X-leg, O-leg and knee inversion. SHIJIAZHUANG AOSUO O&P