Get this from a library! Traction and orthopaedic appliances. [John D M Stewart]. Traction and orthopaedic appliances / John D.M. Stewart, Jeffrey P. Hallett. Author. Stewart, John D. M.. Other Authors. Hallett, Jeffrey P. Edition. 2nd ed. BRITAIN. BY PILLANS. &WILSON. LIMITED,. EDINBURGU. Traction and Orthopaedic. Appliances. By John D. M. STEWART,. M.A.(Cantab.),. F.R.C.S.( England).
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Benzoin, around the pin to seal the wounds. Always use two separate pads. One strip of gauze wound back and forth across the shin and around the Steinmann pin may cause a pressure sore. Benzoin is the bes t seal ing compound as it will stick to skin and metal. IZ The Steinmann pin is inserted at right onsles to 1hc oxis of the limb. By not incising the skin with a scalpel prior to insert ing the Steinmann pin by hand, a much tighter fit around the pin is obtained.
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In troduct ion o f infection i nto bone. Incorrect placement of the pin or wfre may - Allow the pin or wire to cut out of the bone causing pain and the failure of the traction system. This n1ovement will result io an increased of infection in the bone and ischaemic necrosis of the skin around the pin or wire from press-ure on the skin by the BOhler stirrup or Kirschner wire strainer.
Damage to epiphyseal growth plates when used in cl1ildren. Genu recurvatum can occur as a late complication of the treat1nent of a of tho fen1oral shaft in children with traction through the upper end of the tibia 8jerkrein1 and Benum, ; Van Meter and Branick.
Depressed scars. These can be prevented if the pin track is pinched at the time of removal of the pin, to rupture the bridge of fibrous tissue which forms between the skin and periosteum Douglas et al, One method of obtaining is by applying a force against a fixed point on the body, proximal 10 lhe auachinents of the muscles in sp3Sm.
A siinilar situation exists when an auempt is made 10 cx1racc a cork from a boule. The neck. When a traction force is initially applied to the corkscrew. This mechanical arrangement is called fixed troctio To apply a force against a fixed point on the body, an appliance, for example a Thornas's splint see Ch. The ring of ie splint snugly encircles 1he rool of the limb.
The tract. Fixed traction is discussed in Chapter 3. Th ls is called sh'ding traction and is discussed in Ch;iptcr 4. English iransladon by Steinberg,. J9, Fig.