خوش آمدید *** Welcome *** اهلا و سهلاً *** bienvenue *** хушомадӣدر صورت نیاز ، میتوانید جهت رزرو وقت ملاقات حضوری با دکتر مجید ظهرابی با ایمیل : در تماس باشید ****آدم هاي بزرگ عظمت ديگران را مي بينند , آدم هاي متوسط به دنبال عظمت خود هستند , آدم هاي كوچك عظمت خود را در تحقير ديگران مي بينند*.*.*.*.*.*در صورت نیاز ، میتوانید جهت رزرو وقت ملاقات حضوری با دکتر

Medical Care

See the list below:

 

 

  • Antibiotic treatment must be tailored to the

    isolated organism and any other sites of infection.

    • Broad-spectrum antibiotics must be used

    if no organism is isolated; however, this is

    very rare, and other disease processes

    (eg, spinal tuberculosis) must be considered in

    the face of persistently negative cultures.

    • Parenteral treatment is usually administered for 6-8

    weeks. Before parenteral therapy is discontinued, the ESR

    should have dropped by one half to one third, the

    patient should have no pain on ambulation,

    and there should be no neurologic deficits.[1, 3]

    • The use of oral antibiotics following intravenous

    treatment has not been shown to be of added benefit.

     

     

    • Any laboratory or clinical sign of persistent

    infection should prompt another biopsy and

    continued antibiotic therapy.

  • Immobilization is necessary, especially in the initial

    stages of the disease.

    • Two weeks of bed rest should be followed by external

    immobilization with a brace when the patient gets out of bed.

    • Any pain on ambulation is an indication for

    continued bed rest.

    • The goal of immobilization is to provide the opportunity

    for the affected vertebrae to fuse in an anatomically

    aligned position.

    • Generally, bracing is used for 3-6 months following initiation

    of treatment; however, even with the use of appropriate antibiotics

    and bracing, collapse of the vertebral segments and

    kyphos formation may occur.

  • Pain control is an important adjunct to antibiotics
and immobilization.2
 
 
 

 

********

Back Pain

Back Pain and Aging

Ways to Manage Back Pain

 

 

Submit to DeliciousSubmit to DiggSubmit to FacebookSubmit to Google PlusSubmit to StumbleuponSubmit to TechnoratiSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn
A A A