At full ruptures, the limb (finger, hand or arm) is completely separated from the body, so the ruptured part must be sewn into place immediately. In partial ruptures, the limb remains connected to the body and only some of it has healed.
WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOR APPLICATION ?
If the veins remain intact, the time that is needed in order that patient is delivered to the health care facility is less important than the full ruptures as the damaged part remains vital. In partial ruptures where the veins are completely cut, the duration is as important as in full ruptures. However, in both cases, delivering the patient and the part to a health care facility as soon as possible is the most important effect that increases the success of surgical treatment. The process of sewing of ruptured limb is called replantation. Of course, it is not always possible to replant the limb. The general health status of the patient, the status of the ruptured limb, the time needed to reach the health institution, the current technical facilities are the factors that affect the replantation process.
WHAT ARE THE AREAS FOR APPLICATION?
This is applied to the finger, hand or arm area.