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pedi orthopedics pt 2

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what pedi orthopedic condition is an infectious process in the bone cause by staph aureus, usually exogenous (from bone trama or surgery) or hematogenous (preexisting bloodborne bacterium) usually exogenious? osteomyelitis
what pedi orthopedic condition can have many causes, inoculation w/ large # of organisms, presence of a foreign body, bone injury, predisposing factors: immunosuppression, malnutrition, chronic infection, bone fracture? osteomyelitis
what pedi orthopedic complication is shown as fever, night sweats, chills, irritability, lethargy, pain, warmth, tenderness, limited ROM in limbs osteomyelitis
what pedi orthopedic complication is diagnoses with bone/ soft tissue, blood cultures, CBC, ESR, X-ray, Bone scan, CT scan, MRI? osteomyelitis
what pedi orthopedic complication is treated w/ iv antibiotics depending on infectious sgent, PO antibiotics, surgery, splinting, casting, nurse must manage pain, check VS freq, give antibiotics, monitor wound drainage, nutrition, bedrest? osteomyelitis
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