Medical team: fracture fixation techniques at Al-Kafeel hospital enable the patient to stand up a day after the operation

A medical team at Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital announced that it uses special techniques for fracture fixation operations that enable the patient to stand up within (24)hours after the operation.

Dr. Ihsan al-Faraj, a specialist in orthopedics, fractures and joints at the hospital, said that "fragmentary fracture fixation operations use special techniques that enable the patient to stand on his feet within (24) hours after the operation".

He added that"the presence of these techniques contributed to achieving high success rates recorded by the specialized medical teams in fracture fixation operations, which makes it easier for the patients to perform critical operations inside Iraq and avoid the trouble of traveling abroad".

The medical team cited a successful operation for a 32-year-old patient, which included cutting the femur, adjusting it, installing and transplanting a new bone to restore good knee function, after he had a number of operations that made his condition worsen.
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