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Broken Hip treatments
Broken Hip

Treatments could include:

  • Immobilization by splinting
  • Fixation of fracture using external fixator
  • Procedure on joint of lower extremity
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • First Aid
  • Open reduction with internal fixation
  • closed reduction of fracture with internal fixation
  • Hip Replacement
  • Partial replacement of thigh bone at hip joint with prosthesis
  • Total Hip Replacement
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