In the first instance, this involves a closed reduction under general anaesthetic.
What does CR stand for?
CR stands for Closed Reduction
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- Clarification Report
- Clarification Request
- Class of Restriction (telephony)
- Class Representative (in colleges of India)
- Clean Run
- Clear Record
- Clinical Research
- Close Range
- Close Ratio (gearbox staging)
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They provide step-by-step instructions and detailed demonstrations using color photos and illustrations for various evaluation and management techniques, including nerve blocks around the hand, ankle fractures, closed reduction of shoulder and elbow dislocations and distal radius and pediatric forearm fractures, joint aspiration and injection techniques, reduction of the dislocated total hip arthroplasty, insertion of femoral and tibial traction pins, nursemaid's elbow, nail bed repair, compartment syndrome, suturing lacerations, and pediatric and adult sedation and analgesia.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] We attempted closed reduction under sedation and relaxation.
Closed reduction under scopy and percutaneous K-wire fixation were done to stabilize the styloid of her left upper limb.
Early treatment of arytenoid subluxation includes direct laryngoscopy and closed reduction of the subluxated arytenoid with the patient under general anaesthesia or under local anaesthesia with intravenous sedation.
4,6,20,26 Studies comparing different techniques of fixation for proximal humeral fractures have been reported,18,20,27 including ones entailing closed reduction and percutaneous fixation with Kirschner wires,3,7,14,32 non-absorbable rotator cuff incorporating sutures,33 and elastic, Prevot or nancy nails.
Similarly, it is clinically assumed that patients with internal fixation (ORIF) and closed reduction by Plaster of Paris should be able to learn ambulation with crutches or frame faster than those on traction.
In the patient history, the examining physician noted that the patient had a closed reduction of a hip fracture and had spent a week in the hospital before being discharged 1 week earlier.