Surgery

Title/course offered:

Fracture of the long bone

Overview:

Fractures occur in individuals of all ages. However, the type and body location vary widely depending on different factors, mainly related to individual bone quality and the nature of the trauma. The effect of long bone fracture might cause fataly to the injured person. Associated injuries should be diligently searched for and neurovascular status should be evaluated. At least two 90° orthogonal x-rays (e.g., anteroposterior and lateral) should be obtained, with inclusion of the joints proximal and distal to the site of suspected injury. Proper immobilization, analgesia, and timely referral can greatly enhance patient comfort and ensure optimal outcome. Some nondisplaced long bone fractures can be treated conservatively. Operative management is mandatory in several conditions.

Objective

General purpose:

  • Student can recognize signs and symptoms in life threatening trauma.
  • Student can do live saving in trauma patient.
  • Student can do initial management in long bone fracture cases.
  • Student can do proper immobilization in long bone fracture cases.
  • Student can understand indication for operative management in long bone fracture.

Special purpose:

  • Students can recognize the signs and symptoms of life-threatening condition in the acute settings
  •  Students can take action life saving in patients trauma especially in long bone fracture. 
  • Students can make a referral in patients with long bone fracture
Periode:

Students are expected to follow the activities in the surgery during 2 week

Activities:

Students will follow the thoracic surgical sub unit activity that include:

  • initial orientation
  • bedside teaching in ward patient 
  • examination of patients in clinic and emergency room
  • observe, assistance and, if possible life-saving action
  • Morning report
  • observe surgery in the operating room
Lectures:

discussions and tutorials are held every morning from 7: 30 pm to 9: 00 a.m. on Monday – Friday via zoom or discussions conducted after the patient rounds with residents. 

Material discussed is the patients in wards, clinics and emergency rooms.

Discussions include planning theory and patient management.

Practical sessions:

Practice every workday. The practice of checking, taking action, and live-saving is performed if possible under the supervision of a designated supervisor or resident. This practice is done on the ward, clinic, emergency room and operating room. Students are strictly prohibited to inspect and take action against patients without the permission of the supervisor.

Tutorial:

tutorials conducted in parallel with discussions / lectures. 

Other activities:

  1. other activities related to education will be delivered later.

Assessment at the end of the stasis with presentations of cases by students.

Measurable learning oucome:

  • Student can recognize signs and symptoms in life threatening trauma.
  • Student can do live saving in trauma patient.
  • Student can do initial management in long bone fracture cases.
  • Student can do proper immobilization in long bone fracture cases.
Tailor-made activities:

Available

Number of participant:

2-4 person each periode

Person in charge dr. Zikrina Abyanti Lanodiyu, Sp.OT
Contact Number Offic

0274-515054

Fax:

0274-515054

Hp:

+628122772025

Email zikrina.lanodiyu158@gmail.com
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