对部队战士胫骨疲劳性骨折的案例分析

国强 马, 珈如 丰, 金卯 高, 水宽 张
2021 亚洲临床医学杂志  
Objective: To analyze the cause of tibia fatigue fracture in a garrison unit and provide feasible prevention plans. Methods: This study was mainly carried out around 60 soldiers with related diseases in a resident army. Through the analysis of the symptoms of the sick soldiers, and on-site visits to understand the training methods and characteristics of the resident soldiers to find out the cause of the fatigue fractures of the soldiers' tibia. Results: The age of the soldiers who suffered
more » ... fatigue fractures in this study was between 18 and 23 years old. Among them, 53 wounded soldiers were caused by fractures during the recruit training, and the remaining 7 wounded soldiers were caused by field training. After X-ray irradiation of the wounded soldier's affected area, it was found that all of them had tibia fatigue fractures of varying degrees. After 60 wounded fighters were treated with conventional external application and physical therapy, all fighters recovered to health and engaged in normal training and work. Conclusion: Through this study, it can be found that tibial fatigue fracture is a common orthopedic disease among officers and soldiers of the army, the main period of illness is the period when recruits enter the camp to carry out intensive training, the main reason is the physical fitness and high-intensity training of the soldiers. Therefore, the use of scientific and reasonable training methods to strengthen the protection of the tibia of the recruits during the training period can effectively reduce the incidence of tibia fractures caused by excessive fatigue.
doi:10.26549/yzlcyxzz.v3i8.6236 fatcat:vrulndcmjved3l4ygh4rnhhjpi