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L’anesthésie intra focale dans la prise en charge des fractures de l’extrémité inférieure du radius : une étude prospective multicentrique

Abstract : Introduction: Hematoma black is a well-known method that has been used for many years for reducing closed fracture of the distal radius. This technique is simple, efficient and safe even if only few people of the French hospital emergency are using it. The common current method remains intravenous sedation. The aim of this study was to evaluate the usage of the hematoma black while reducing the closed fracture of the distal radius. Method : A no randomised prospective study was done with the Emergency department of Metropole Savoie hospital and Annecy Genevois hospital for 6 months. Ali the patient involved in this study were over 18 years old with a closed fracture of the distal radius. The primary outcome of this study was the pain evaluation measured at different time during the medical care thanks to a visual analogue scale. Results: Fifteen patients were included in the entire study: thirteen (86,7%) for the hematoma black and two (13,3%) for intravenous sedation. The analgesic care was good in the two groups. No significative difference about the pain evaluation were found in between the two methods. Conclusion :This study had shown that the hematoma black was efficient enough for analgesic care while reducing the closed fracture of the distal radius.
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Mathilde Chignier. L’anesthésie intra focale dans la prise en charge des fractures de l’extrémité inférieure du radius : une étude prospective multicentrique. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03220467⟩

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