Vehicular Accident Nursing Case Study



We as a student nurses, wellness of the patient is the primary objective. And the best way topromote these is by means of actualization.Fracture is any break in the continuity of bone. In some cases, a bone may fracture withoutvisibly breaking. Fractures occur when the bone is subjected to stress greater than it canabsorb. It can be caused by a direct blow, crushing force, sudden twisting motion, or evenextreme muscle contraction. When the bone is broken, adjacent structures are also affected,resulting in soft tissue edema, hemorrhage into the muscles and joints, joint dislocations,ruptured tendons, severed nerves, and damaged blood vessels. Body organs may be injured bythe force that caused the fracture or by the fracture fragments. And according to the physicianthe kind of fracture that Mr. M.C experience is comminuted fracture that the bone splinters at thesite of impact, and smaller bone fragments lie between the two main fragments.Femur is the largest and strongest bone and has a good blood supply. Because of this and itsprotective surrounding muscle, the shaft requires a large amount of force to fracture. Once afracture does occur, this same protective musculature usually is the cause of displacement,which commonly occurs with femoral shaft fractures. Orthopedic surgeons often encounter femur fractures because these fractures most often result from high-energy trauma, one musthave a high index of suspension for complications or other injuries like vehicular accident thatexperience by Mr.M.C


While a variety of treatment options exist for a fracture that is associatedto injury.We have chosen Mrs. M.C with the case of fracture, comminuted at the distal third right femur because the patient showed willingness and interest to learn and understand about her condition. We also want to know, and understand more about his case.

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