The Different Types of Fractures
People go through many types of injuries, and all health practitioners must have knowledge of such injuries. Therefore, various types of fractures affect parts of the human body; one of these injuries is fracture. A fracture is as an incomplete or absolute crack in the bone. After incident of fracture, they classified as open or closed. Closed fracture is one that does not expose the bone meaning that the bone is usually injured but the skin remains intact. Open fracture on, the other hand, exposes the bone because the skin is usually tampered with during the injury. The benchmark of this paper is to highlight the different types of fractures.
The perception of this subject matter is vital to career because, without such information, one cannot easily carry out any treatment procedure (Bucholz, et al., 2009). The perception that greenstick fracture is incomplete can assist in ensuring that the attendance given to the victim bears that fact in mind. The centrality of such awareness further helps in ensuring the medical practitioner does not cause more harm to the bone that in essence is not fully separated. There is also need for one to distinguish between traverse and spiral fractures. Traverse fracture is in a straight line around the bone while spiral fracture found in twisting injuries and consists of spirals around the bone. There is different treatment for each fracture based and without the knowledge one cannot execute enforce the treatment.
The comprehension of the categories of fractures is central in anatomy, in real life because one has to find out what kind of fracture one has to be able to carry out any treatment. It can also be applied in real life to ensure that people are enlightened on the necessary care to all victims of fracture.
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Bucholz, R. W., & Rockwood, C. A. (2009). Rockwood and Green’s fractures in adults. Philadelphia, Pa: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
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