Management of Patient With Osteomyelitis: A Case Report Mr. Pratik Bhagat,
BACKGROUND: The treatment of osteomyelitis is difficult and crucial for orthopaedic surgeons. This takes a significant deal of effort and effort We present a successful limb salvage case of a 25-year-old male with right tibia fibula osteomyelitis and soft tissue damage. The procedure approach was a Thorough wound debridement of devitalized tissues and necrotized bone, initiation of culture-directed antibiotics, repair with a vascularized osteomyocutaneous fibula flap, and skeletal stabilization with internal fixation were all performed. In comparison to below-knee amputation and bone dislocation, the outcome in this case is more encouraging in terms of mobility and function.
THE MAIN DIAGNOSIS: Following a physical examination and investigation, the doctor identified a case of osteomyelitis, and the patient was treated with analgesics to relieve pain and antipyretics to lower fever.
THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION AND OUTCOM: Present case took the medical management with fever , and body pain to give antipyretics given such Tab. Paracetamol 500 mg (BD), Inj. Ceftriaxone 1gm IV (BD), Inj. Pantaprozole 40 Mg iv (OD), Inj. Ondesetron 4MG iv (TDS) inj.Tramadol (BD) for 7 days.
NURSING PERSPECTIVES: Fluid replacement DNS,NS, and RL were administered. Check vital signs and blood pressure every hour. Maintaining an intake and output chart, as well as providing appropriate relaxation and sleep to the patient Medication was administered in accordance with a doctor's instruction.