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Sport Marc Marquez facing further treatment after infection in fracture

20:20  05 december  2020
20:20  05 december  2020 Source:   performgroup.com

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When infections do occur after fractures , however, treatment may involve multiple surgeries, long-term antibiotic treatment , and a long period of During surgery to fix a fracture , the doctor cuts through skin and soft tissues to reach the broken bone. The risk for developing an infection in this

infection after fracture osteosynthesis with implants, termed here as osteosynthesis-associated infection (OAI). fracture healing in spite of infection are allowed for OAI. Depending on the severity of infection , status of fracture healing. and host status, the treatment follows five common pathways.

Marc Marquez will require antibiotic treatment after an infection was discovered in the broken arm that has kept him out of the 2020 MotoGP season.

Marquez has been out of action since July after suffering the injury in the 2020 opener in Jerez as he began his bid for a fifth straight title.

The Repsol Honda superstar fell off his bike while in the lead at the Spanish Grand Prix, retiring from the race, and then failed to start as he attempted a remarkable return at the next event.

Marquez, who had never previously missed a MotoGP race in his career, underwent two operations on his arm, but his recovery remained slow.

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Fracture -related infection (FRI) remains a challenging complication that imposes a heavy burden on orthopaedic trauma patients. The surgical management eradicates the local infectious focus and if necessary facilitates bone healing. Treatment success is associated with debridement of all dead and

After discharge, patients were followed-up in the outpatient fracture clinic for wound review and suture removal at the 10-day mark . , showing no statistical difference There was also no statistical significance when comparing patients with infection in the Grade IIIA and IIIB categories, nor was

Although Marquez abandoned plans for a 2020 return early in November - when two races of the since-ended campaign remained - he had further surgery this week due to "the slow healing of the humerus bone, which has not improved with specific shock wave treatment", his team reported.


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The "uneventful" procedure in Madrid on Thursday saw the plate in his arm removed and replaced.

However, Honda added on Saturday "the cultures obtained during the pseudarthrosis surgery have confirmed that there was a previous infection in the fracture".

Marquez will remain in hospital in Madrid for the coming weeks to undergo the specific antibiotic treatment.

Marquez said in November, when announcing the premature end to his season: "It's time to continue with the recovery. Thanks for the messages of support. Looking forward to returning in 2021."

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