Physiology of Trauma

AOUK&I e-Learning Resource

Physiology of Trauma

Template – Recognising and Dealing with Necrotising Fasciitis August 2020

AOUK&I e-Learning Resource

Recognising and Dealing with Necrotising Fasciitis

Iain McFadyen from the Royal Stoke University Hospital in the UK presents an interactive webinar on Necrotising fasciitis and Life threatening soft tissue infections.

Consultant(s):
Iain McFadyen, Lisa Hadfield-Law

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Quiz

Question 1/12
What cells make up a bone?

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Osteoblasts,  Osteoclasts, Osteocytes and Osteoprogenitor cells

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Question 2/12
What are the tissues surrounding the bone?

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Periosteum and Bone Marrow

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Question 3/12
The blood supply of bone is how much of the cardiac output?

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5-10%

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Question 4/12
What are the 2 types of bone?

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Lamellar - organised, and Woven - disorganised

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Question 5/12
How much of our skeleton is Cortical?

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80%

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Question 6/12
Is cancellous bone more elastic than Cortical Bone?

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Yes

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Question 7/12
How do children’s bones differ from adults?

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They bend more easily

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Question 8/12
What are the 3 stages of fracture repair?

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Inflammation, Repair and Remodelling

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Question 9/12
What is the difference between a cortical and cancellous screw?

Answer

Thread narrower and pitch smaller in cortical

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Question 10/12
The effective thread depth is . . .

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. . . the difference between the outside and core diameter

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Question 11/12
The screw pitch is . . .

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. . . the distance travelled by one 360 degree turn of the screw

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Question 12/12
What are screws used for?

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To produce intrafragmentary compression, to attach implants to bone and to hold 2 bones in correct relationship.

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