Nonspecific prevention methods of postoperative complications after treatment of hip and tibial fractures in elderly patients

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The article describes nonspecific prevention methods of postoperative complications after treatment of hip and tibial fractures at the patients of old age, associated with development of fat embolism, thromboembolism and pulmonary disorders. The most effective of them are early and strong fixation of fragments of the broken bone, activization of the patient and early prevention of pathological changes in blood circulation and breath systems. A number of the devices providing qualitative preventive measures and giving differently directed effect is offered.

A Yu Verkhovod

Petrozavodsk state university

Email: verhovod3000@mail.ru
Department of the general and faculty surgery with traumatology and orthopedy course

R I Mel’cer

Petrozavodsk state university

Email: verhovod3000@mail.ru
Department of the general and faculty surgery with traumatology and orthopedy course

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