Bilateral means both sides. Femur is your hip. Someone with bilateral femur fracture and blood loss is someone who is bleeding(internally) from having broken the hip on both sides. The amount of blood lose can vary.
A femur fracture is critical, period. To have two femur fractures doubles their chances of possibly having a severed artery, and bleeding out.
Is fracture of the femur the same as fracture of the hip? Yes
A fracture is a disruption in the structure of a bone. For example a crack or a break in a bone. A femur fracture is therefor a crack or break in the femur.
bilateral = both sides Fracture = broken or cracked Radius = one of the bones in your forearm
Bilateral fracture ankle is the one in which both legs ankles have been got fractured.
Yes, femur fractures are especially common in older people.
A hip fracture generally refers to the fracture of the head or neck of the femur (thigh) bone. There are several different areas that can suffer a fracture and still be called a hip fracture. For example, a fracture to the greater or lesser trochanters of the femur are also commonly called hip fractures by the general public.
The femoral artery runs right along the femur. A fracture in the femur might damage the artery leading to massive internal bleeding, as the femoral artery is one of the largest arteries in your body.
head of the femur
You won't be able to walk
Why a obese person is prone to tibia fracture
one that is on both sides
futball or football
Bilateral = both sides Fracture = broken, cracked Someone has pretty much the same injury om both left and right side.
A comminuted fracture is when the femur shatters into at least three pieces. and a compound fracture is when the bone breaks and comes out of the skin.
Fracture to the Hip Joint causing fracture to the femur can eventually lead to death or fracture to the cranium causing traumatic cephalohydrocele.
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Fracture of the femoral neck is commonly called a broken hip.
The femur is a very large bone. Depending upon the extent of the fracture and the repair made to it, it could take as little as 8 weeks to 6 months.
It's a fracture in the upper thigh bone, a crack running down both sides of it.
it is important to asses the femur neck fracture....
In an adult it takes about 2000 lb psi (per square inch)to break a femur
The nursing diagnosis for fracture of the neck or femur is acute pain, decreased mobility, decreased stability and overall crankiness. Fractures need to be treated until self care can be established.