Sunday, April 30, 2023

Treating broken bones in children and tips for dealing with them



Treatment of broken bones in children:

  • Most of the bones in children are made up of a soft, somewhat soft substance, cartilage.
  • These bones are more prone to fracture than in an adult.
  • Also, the child's body at a young age is weak, and it has not built calcium and cells that increase the hardness of its bones.
  • That is why we often hear that a child fell from the bed and suffered fractures.
  • Although the fall was not major, sometimes it could cause broken bones in the born baby.
  • To treat the bones of a newborn baby, there are a number of tips that are important to do.

Some of these tips include, for example:

  • Raising the broken area in the child's body above the level of the heart.
  • Elevating the area above the level of the heart helps in returning fluids and blood to the heart quickly, thus reducing swelling and swelling of the broken part.
  • Pay attention to placing ice on the affected area for long periods of time during the day.
  • If the cast is present, it is important to take care to place the ice in a thick, airtight plastic bag so that the cast does not get wet.
  • Reducing the movement of the child as much as possible, and it is also important to be careful when moving it to prevent movement of the bones in the broken area, and thus the bones heal incorrectly.