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A severe bone fracture may need an invasive procedure to repair

While broken bones are relatively common injuries that can occur from a variety of activities, they can prove immensely serious in some cases. Depending on how the injury comes about, you could suffer a minor hairline fracture, or you could suffer a more unfortunate injury, like a compound fracture.

You may already know that doctors often utilize splints or casts to help bone injuries heal, but that is not always the only step necessary. For instance, if you have suffered one of the more severe types of bone fractures, you may even need surgery. Now, the idea of surgery for a broken bone may not be one with which you are familiar, but bone fracture repair may help a bone heal properly.

Serious injury, serious treatment

If you were involved in a car accident that led to your bone break, your injury may land on the more serious end of the spectrum. For example, you may have suffered fractures at a joint, had a bone splinter or shatter into multiple pieces, or experienced a break that came through the skin. Often, these injuries have a risk of not healing correctly on their own, meaning with a simple cast. As a result, doctors may need to surgically repair the damage.

If fractures do not heal properly, especially at joints, you could lose movement and the ability to use the injured part of your body as well as you used to. Because doctors want to achieve the best possible outcome when it comes to healing your injury, they may use bone fracture repair to place metal plates, rods, pins or screws into the bone in order to hold it in place as it heals.

Risks involved

Though this treatment route may be the most viable for your injury, you will still face risks that can come with any surgical procedure. You may experience excessive bleeding or blood clots, contract an infection, or possibly have an allergic reaction to any anesthesia used during the procedure. If any of these take place, your already serious situation could become more severe.

Seeking compensation

If another driver caused the car accident that led to your serious bone break, you may have reason to seek compensation for your injuries and other damages. You may have medical bills, pain and suffering, and other hardships that leave you struggling, but a personal injury lawsuit could help you pursue financial restitution.


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