Post-operative Orthopedics

Post-operative orthopedic care essentially refers to the evaluation of the outcome, diagnosis, and assessment. The extent of the required postoperative care depends on the patient's health prior to the procedure or the type of surgery done.

In general, the term "orthopedic surgery" refers to a subspecialty of surgery that deals with skeletal and muscular conditions. In the case of orthopedic surgery, the main objectives of postoperative care are to help the patient recover from the procedure, to help the surgical wound heal, and to prevent further complications like infection.

  • Track 1-1 Wound dressing
  • Track 2-2 Medication
  • Track 3-3 Mobility
  • Track 4-4 Pain Medication
  • Track 5-5 Post-Surgery Exercises

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