Saturday, January 1, 2011

- Compound fracture grading - Gustilo-Anderson grading.

Compound fracture grading 
Gustilo-Anderson grading.
- Grade I :- clean , less than 1cm wound , minimal soft tissue injury, simple or minimally comminuted fracture. 
- Grade II :- wound more than 1cm, moderate soft tissue injury, moderate contamination, moderate bone comminution.
 - Grade III :- ususlly more than 10 cm, high contaminated wound, severe soft tissue damage, variable bone comminution.
*Grade IIIA :- Adequate soft tissue coverage is possible. 
 *Grade III B :- Bare bone , no adequate soft tissue cover for bone. 
 *Grade III C :-  Circulatory interruption of  the injured limb (i.e vascular injury). 


 Dr Ibrahim

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4 comments:

  1. ~x( That's disgusting.. Grade III- C.

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  2. I think grade 3 is me!!!! That's crazy!!!!!!!! I'm 99.9999% positive it is. Where can I obtain that information?

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  3. Grade 3 A that is. Please email me the details if possible. I had a soleus flap transplant, and skin graft after that.

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