Rheumatological Emergencies

Once in a while rheumatological associated problems present as emergencies. These emergencies are fairly common in clinical practice. Such types of emergencies are handled by the physicians. Rheumatic emergencies can occur due to the disease or by medical disorder caused by the diagnosis, treatment done by the physician. Patients with rheumatological emergencies are referred to the orthopedic surgeons. An orthopaedist has experience to tackle these types of acute problems and in most of the cases they can easily manage these problems. Some of these emergencies are septic arthritis: an infection of joint cause by the germs, it occurs due to the injury, during the surgery such as arthroscopy. Acute Polyarthritis: It is an autoimmune disorder include more than two joints simultaneously, it can happen at any age. Acute gout, acute monoarthritis and Lupus flare are some other rheumatic emergencies. These emergencies can be managed by critical care, by Pharmacological treatment like using of NSAID’s, corticosteroids, Cyclophosphamide etc. and immunosuppressive treatment. Anticoagulants must be utilized as a part of the administration of antiphospholipid disorder. A good comprehension of these conditions is of vital significance for appropriate management.

 

  • Acute emergencies
  • Atlantoaxial Instability
  • Septic Arthritis
  • Polyarticular Arthritis
  • Lupus flare
  • Sceleroderma renal crisis
  • Catastrophic Antiphospholipid Syndrome
  • Acute treatment
  • Effective Management of Rheumatological emergencies
  • Rheumatic Diseases
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

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