Recessive drug therapy in orthopedic surgery is a very important component that complements the treatment during recovery.
We can divide Recessive Drug Treatments into five.
1. Anti-inflammatory Treatment
Surgical incisions or skeletal injuries heal with the tissue reaction we call inflammation. Pain is a perception caused by inflammation.
We cut the pain and the unwanted effects of inflammation with anti-inflammatory drugs. Steroids are the strongest known anti-inflammatories.
We do not use steroids unless it is absolutely necessary. The drug group we use most frequently are non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIs).
We apply prophylactic antibiotic treatment before surgery or for therapeutic purposes due to infection.
3. Antiembolic Therapy
During orthopedic treatments, preventive antiembolic treatments, that is, blood thinners, are frequently used because of immobility and the effect of limb circulation. When embolism occurs, treatment is applied with the relevant branch physicians in hospital conditions.
4. Supportive Treatments
Elements including protein, collagen and matrix structure needed by the musculoskeletal system are taken orally. Glucosaminoglycans, collagens are recommended orally. Complements the treatments.
5. Conservative Treatments
It is the support treatment package that we recommend before the injury to prevent skeletal injury or wear on the cartilages of the person.