Pelvic fracture

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  • Case Study: Melisa Redmond Of Pioneer State Mutual Insurance Company

    Konochuk would like to heal, go back to college and work. CONSENT/EXPLANATION OF CASE MANAGEMENT I explained my role as medical case manager and Ms. Konochuk verbalized understanding. She read and willingly signed the Authorization for Release of Medical Information form. ATTORNEY Denied any legal representation. IMPRESSIONS Ms. Konochuk is young and in good reported health. She has multiple injuries to recover from and will be non weight bearing for at least 3 months. The Official Disability Guidelines for a rib fracture is 28-46 days; pelvic fracture 99 to 204 days, concussion is 18 to 31 days, whiplash 25 to 41 days, hand lacerations 15 to 92 days. Treatment to date has been appropriate. PLAN/ RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Contact Ms. Kononchuk and her mother weekly for update on her medical status. 2. Contact Beaumont hospital CM weekly for update on treatment and transfer plans. 3. Attend appointments with Ms. Konochuk once they have been made. 4. Assist in facilitation of physician…

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  • Case Study: Horseshoe Crab

    crystalline and amorphous regions. The mechanical properties are highly antistrophic, and have great stiffness in the axial regions. The density of wood is also strong as well. This assists with its strong fracture toughness. Unfortunately wood is easily cracked in the parallel region, but not the perpendicular…

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  • Multi Stage Fracturing Research Paper

    Multi-stage fracturing is an advanced drilling technology that enhances the production capabilities through maximizing the contact area of unconventional wells with the reservoir production zones. During the fracturing process, a special fluid (primarily a mixture of sand and water) is blown out at a high pressure into the shale rock formation creating channels through which hydrocarbons can easily migrate to the well. Multi-stage fracturing is a combination of fracturing and plugging processes.…

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  • Bamboo Essay

    replacing bone and mimicking their structure for, various applications. When looking at biological materials, to determine their effectiveness as a scaffold or sufficient structure for various other uses, often they are tested for their resistance to fracture. This is referred to as fracture propagation. Bamboo Bamboo is well known for its sufficient mechanical properties, and great flexibility. It also has great fracture toughness. Bamboo is considered to be a bio composite, meaning it…

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  • Health Promotion Assignment

    urine which can irritate bladder and in turn it might hurt to void Potter & Perry, 5th edition). Promotion of required amount of fluids is necessary, she should be drinking from 1500 to 2000 ml of fluids, and try to avoid fluid intake two hours before bedtime to regulate incontinence (Brunner & Suddarth, 2nd edition). I would also promote absorbent products which are cost efficient and so hard to notice that Mrs. Black could even wear a dress without having to worry about bulkiness as they are…

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  • Case Study Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

    Eleanor with pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) based on her history and examination. Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to control the pelvic floor muscles and failure to function properly is due to old age, obesity, pregnancy, menopause, and a vaginal delivery (Bartling, 2016). Its symptoms include urinary problems, constipation, a heavy feeling or bulge in the pelvis, and pain. Eleanor presents a majority of the risks factors and symptoms. She is more likely to have PFD since she is…

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  • Bicycle Injury Essay

    Where is David? Common Cycling Injuries Are there common cycling injuries? "My right knee just started hurting about 4 days ago. I am having sharp pains on the lateral side of my knee. I had to bike the last couple days with just my left leg, which (wasn't a good thing)! Hopefully it will be better tomorrow!" David Shirley, taking a few days off in Portland, Oregon. Asking the question implies the answer; of course cycling has its list of common injuries, which are amplified when a cyclist…

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  • Case Study Of Anatomy And Physiology

    following three groups, according to its structure and movement : fibrous or immovable, cartilaginous or slightly moveable and synovial or freely moveable. Fibrous Joints In a fibrous joint the opposing edges of the bones are joined together by fibrous tissue. This fixes the joint so that no movement is possible. The sutures of the skull are examples of this type of joint. Cartilaginous Joints The cartilaginous joints have pads of white fibrocartilage between the bones. This…

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  • Osteoporosis Case Studies

    Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is the gradual process in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue. They become less dense as tissue is lost and become weak and more prone to fractures. This may be due to a variety of factors and usually occurs during old age. Women are more susceptible to the development of osteoporosis. Women are more susceptible to developing osteoporosis, women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis in their lifetime. Causes: Low oestrogen in…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Boxer's Fracture

    I am not a boxer, but I got a boxer's fracture. A boxer's fracture is a fracture of one of the metacarpal bones in the hand. The fracture occurs when a person hits an immovable object with a closed fist. That is exactly what I did about one year ago. My ex boyfriend's collar bone was the point of contact. It was just a regular day at Calvary Baptist Academy. I thought it was atleast. As I was walking down the hallway, a friend stopped me to tell me that my ex boyfriend, Christian, had done…

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