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Dislocated Elbow

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  • Dislocated elbow

    A dislocated elbow is a condition characterized by damage and tearing of the connective tissue surrounding the elbow joint with subsequent displacement of the bones forming the joint so they are no longer situated next to each other. A dislocated elbow is one of the most serious elbow injuries.

  • Dislocated elbow

    The cause of death by ?injuries? is at the rate of 4.5- 5.5 and ranked between 145-155 positions in world standardized death rate according to the update of Health Data given by WHO.

  • Dislocated elbow

    Patients with a dislocated elbow require immediate medical attention. In some cases, damage to local blood vessels may occur with very severe consequences if not rectified immediately.Conservative treatment options fail to resolve the condition and symptoms persist for 6 -12 months, your surgeon may recommend you undergo a surgical procedure to treat Tennis Elbow called lateral epicondyle release surgery.

  • Clinically deformed fractures should be immobilised in about 30 degrees short of full extension, prior to x-ray evaluation. This is important for pain management.
 

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