In Orthopedics medicine, orthopedic trauma is categorized as a severe injury to the elements of the musculoskeletal system. Trauma injuries are frequently the consequence of an unexpected mishap, such as a fall, that necessitates quick medical attention.
An injury can be trivial, such as cutting a finger when opening a metal can or fracturing a bone while participating in sports. While these can be painful or uncomfortable, once the injury has been treated by a GP, health clinic, or emergency department, the person will usually be allowed to return home.
Trauma standards were originally established in the United States in 1976, and a sophisticated trauma network today serves us all, no matter where we live, work, or travel.
- Track 1-1 Fractures
- Track 2-2 Dislocations
- Track 3-3 Epiphysical injuries
- Track 4-4 Nerve injuries
- Track 5-5 Traumatic Brain Injuries