askep osteomielitis – Fakultas Keperawatan – Read more about osteomyelitis, tissue, chronic, debridement, staphylococcus and aureus. ASKEP OSTEOMIELITIS. FN. Farid Nugroho. Updated 30 December Transcript. NIC. ASKEP 3. PENGKAJIAN. NOC. NIC. NOC. ASKEP 2. Twelve children, aged years at presentation, diagnosed with pyogenic osteomyelitis of the forearm bones, were reviewed retrospectively. The radius was.

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One child had both bones involved. For large ulna defects with an intact olecranon, the distal zskep was transferred to the proximal ulna through a small defect in the interosseous membrane and fixed osteonyelitis neutral rotation with an intramedullary pin through the olecranon into the radius in two patients in this study.

Elbow flexion and wrist movements are not impaired. Mattar et al 43 had good results in 12 patients with defects between cm. All grafts were taken from the iliac crest.

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The wrist was stable following carpal transposition to the ulna. Successful regeneration of large extruded diaphyseal segment of the radius. The radius was involved in six patients, the ulna in five and both bones in one child. J Bone Joint Surg ;48A: Three children with chronic infection were referred with established defects from outlying hospitals.

Shortening of the forearm ranged from cm. Osteomyelitis of the ulnar head in a presumed “pulled elbow”. The two patients who had transposition of the distal radial shaft to the proximal ulna developed a good radioulnar synostosis.


Posterior interosseous palsy may result. The ulna styloid is prominent. Primary haematogenous osteomyelitis in growing bone is still a major challenge despite advancements in treatment.

Reviewing the nine patients with chronic osteomyelitis, one child with multifocal bone involvement in infancy had decreased growth of the oateomyelitis shaft resulting in 4 cm shortening of the forearm and radial deviation of the wrist.

Children with multifocal osteomyelitis must be followed up for growth defects. Bonelengthening procedures and vascularised grafts are technically demanding and should be undertaken by an expert team when simple methods have failed. Although cure rates have improved due to early detection and improved antibiotics, the diagnosis is not always obvious and may be delayed.

The procedure works well with distal ulna defects or large proximal radial defects. Non-vascularised strut grafts are technically much easier.

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Two children had radial club osetomyelitis deformity with loss of the radial shaft. The reconstruction of defects of the femoral shaft with vascularised transfer of bone. The contents of this article is the sole work of the authors. Unimpaired radial growth results in dislocation of the radial head.

However, most surgeons opposed it because of the complex reconstructive problems which followed failure of bone regeneration.

The remaining nine children were seen later, after two weeks, with established signs of chronic infection. Clin Infect Dis ; Staphylococcus aureus was confirmed on pus swabs as the causative organism in all patients.

The choice of surgical reconstruction depends on what remains of the diaphysis. All three patients with acute pyogenic osteomyelitis of The radius healed well without radiological defects following incision and drainage Table I.


J Bone Joint Surg ;87B: Restoration of bony continuity following pyogenic osteomyelitis of the forearm with defects is difficult.

When a large part or whole of the radius is absent due to osteomyelitis, a radial clubhandlike deformity occurs. The resected proximal radius can be ostsomyelitis as bone graft around the synostosis site. J Pediatr Orthop ; Osteomyelitis of the proximal radial epiphysis. He had a history of incision and drainage of the femur and tibia treated in infancy. If metaphyseal and articular deficiency of the radius exists, transposition of the carpus to the ulna produces a stable wrist and improves cosmesis.

Orthop Clin North Am. Methods used to obtain bone union include cancellous bone, strut grafts from the iliac crest or the tibia, bone segments over a wire, nonvascularised fibular struts, vascularised pedicle grafts, bone transfer and carpal transposition to the ulna.

Pyogenic osteomyelitis of the forearm bones in children

Results All three patients with acute pyogenic osteomyelitis of The radius healed well without radiological defects following incision and drainage Table I. One case was seen in this series associated with multifocal osteomyekitis. The proximal interosseous membrane and annular ligament may become deficient following bone infection.