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When it comes to arthroplasty surgeries, fractures can make healing more difficult and necessitate more care. Orthopedic patients who have fractures may receive conservative treatment, such as immobilization, physical therapy, and pain management, in addition to surgical repair of the fracture using plates, screws, or other implants.

Careful planning, exact surgical technique, and appropriate implant selection based on the patient’s anatomy and bone quality are all necessary to prevent fractures during arthroplasty surgery. Furthermore, postoperative treatment regimens frequently incorporate steps to reduce the risk of trauma and falls, particularly in older or high-risk patients. These fractures happen in the course of the actual arthroplasty. These may arise from the use of excessive force by surgical equipment on the bone, from misaligned implant placement, or from bone weakening.


  • Fracture Management
  • Surgical Interventions
  • Implant Strategies
  • Complication Mitigation
  • Rehabilitation Approaches
  • Prevention Measures
  • Long-term Monitoring
  • Functional Recovery
  • Diagnostic Modalities
  • Epidemiological Analysis