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DIF : More common Usually from trauma
Usually the x ray show no changes but sometimes it shows : مهمه MCQ sequestra
MCQ NB : C reactive protein reach its maximum in 5 days and if the pt, treated appropriately it disappear in 5 days MCQ
توضح بالتفاصيل لاحقا BUT remember the most common causative organism is S, aruse in most of the age groups
مهمه : لا تستثني المرض بمجرد عدم وجود حراره Broad speculums Abx
So it is rare
Could be STD, blood born
For all the previous groups start the treatment for 3 days if no improvement reassess from the beginning
So it common in the Tebia because it is superficial
Debridement1 st line
No need for Empirical treatment مهمه
1 st step in treatment : Deep specimen in multiple foci also do surgical debridement
NB L: in pt, with Hardware and chronic OM wait for the full healing of the fracture then remove the hardware NB : Glycocalyx : ترسبات تمنع مرور المضادات الحيويه
-DM pt. - post OP Steps of the treatment : 1- send to the OR and wash ( immediate to prevent joint destruction ) مهمه – سؤال 2-give empirical Abx and do culture 3- use specific Abx
Chronic monoseptic By : Brucellosis Gonorrhea
NB : Laminar flow : الهواء المنقى يدفع على المريض مباشره
Time is IMP MCQ
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