Osteomyelitis

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Osteomyelitis is known as the inflammation of bone or bone marrow, usually due to some kind of infection.

What is Osteomyelitis?

Osteomyelitis in an inflammation of the bone, usually the bone marrow and the surrounding bone tissues due to an infection. It is a rare but extremely serious condition. Once infection occurs, the bone marrow will swell up and this will hinder blood from flowing properly. When this happens, the bone cells will not get sufficient oxygen from the blood and may lead to the bone dying.

A bone infection in the medical world is known as osteomyelitis and it affects children and adults alike. One way a bone can become infected is if bacteria gets into the blood stream and spreads to the bone.In most cases of osteomyelitis, the patient is put on strong antibiotics for a period of six to eight weeks. The antibiotics are given intravenously so they can go straight into the blood stream allowing the medication to start working faster than through oral antibiotics. Because the antibiotics are given for such a long period of time, the patient might have a PICC line inserted.

Key Facts of Osteomyelitis

  • Osteomyelitis is a bone disease which originates when the contaminations reach the bone by going through the circulatory framework or by spreading from close-by tissues
  • Osteomyelitis can moreover begin in the bone itself if the damage caused has uncovered the bone because this offers  an open path to the microscopic organisms that can cause infection
  • In children, osteomyelitis most by and large impacts the long bones of the legs and upper arm
  • Adults affected by Osteomyelitis are more slanted to get influenced by it in the bones that structure the spine (vertebrae)
  • People who have diabetes may get influenced by osteomyelitis in their feet if they have foot ulcers
  •  In the prior times it was viewed as a miserable condition however today Osteomyelitis can be viably treated
  • Various individuals need surgery to dispose of parts of the dead bone which is trailed by truly solid anti-infection agents, consistently transported intravenously, regularly for no under six weeks' time period

Causes of Osteomyelitis

An infection caused by microbes or a fungus can create in the bone or spread deep down from somewhere else in the body. Causes of Osteomyelitis can occur after a broken bone or other damage or as a result of a joint substitution. The contamination can also spread past the bone making abscesses in muscles and different tissues outside the bone.

Following are some of the root Causes of Osteomyelitis that are responsible for its onset:

  • Diabetes
  • Recent or an old injury
  • Placement of metal rods in the bones
  • Hemodialysis
  • Drug consumption through injections
  • Lack of proper blood supply
  • Recent trauma
  • Infection of the affected skin, muscles or tendons next to the bone

Infection also spread from an infected artificial joint for example a knee joint into the surrounding bone. Any contaminated object that pierces the bone for example a piece of metal from a car accident can Causes of Osteomyelitis an infection.

In chronic osteomyelitis there may not be sufficient blood supply to the bone and bone cells may start to die. Many types of bacteria can Causes of Osteomyelitis chronic osteomyelitis.
You can be at risk for osteomyelitis if you have any of these injuries:

  • Surgery
  • Puncture wound through the skin
  • Skin infection or an infection in a different place in your body
  • Open wound near a bone or a broken bone that breaks the skin

Symptoms of Osteomyelitis

Signs and Symptoms of Osteomyelitis that may cause your doctor to suspect osteomyelitis include tenderness over an infected bone, redness and warmth of the skin drainage of pus from an open wound near a bone and reduced ability to use the bone for movement and support.

Some of the most common Symptoms of Osteomyelitis include:

  • Pain and/or tenderness in the infected area
  • Swelling, soreness and warmth in the infected area
  • Nausea secondarily from being ill with infection
  • General discomfort, uneasiness, or ill feeling
  • Drainage of pus thick yellow fluid through the skin

Further Symptoms of Osteomyelitis that may be connected with this disease include:

  • Too much sweating
  • Chills
  • Lower back pain if the spine is involved
  • Swelling of the ankles, feet, and legs
  • Loss or reduction of motion of a joint
  • Changes in gait walking pattern that is a painful, yielding a limp or unwillingness to bear weight in children

Frequently the Symptoms of Osteomyelitis cover with the manifestations of different infections, which make determination troublesome. On the off chance that osteomyelitis takes after bone damage the irritation and torment brought on by contamination in the bone is confused for symptoms of bone injury.

Diagnosis of Osteomyelitis

A Diagnosis of Osteomyelitis is frequently suspected based on the presence of doubtful signs and symptoms. For instance a physical examination may show bone tenderness with possible swelling and redness. Additional tests and procedures can then be ordered to confirm the Diagnosis of Osteomyelitis and to determine what is causing the infection.

Tests may include:

  • Blood cultures
  • Bone biopsy
  • Bone scan
  • Bone x-ray
  • Complete blood count
  • C-reactive protein
  • Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
  • MRI of the bone
  • Needle ambition of the area around affected bones

Complications of Osteomyelitis

Some of the Complications of Osteomyelitis include:

  • Bone abscess
  • Bone necrosis
  • Blood poisoning
  • Spread of infection
  • Chronic infection that doesn’t respond well to treatment

Risk Factors of Osteomyelitis

Risk Factors of Osteomyelitis include the following:

  • Hemodialysis
  • Poor blood supply
  • Recent injury
  • Have diabetes particularly if also have a foot ulcer
  • Have regular kidney dialysis
  • Having undergone a splenectomy
  • Use of injected illegal drugs Use of unsterilized needles can rise the risk of introducing bacteria into the blood and as a result bone

Key Points of Osteomyelitis

Key Points of Osteomyelitis include are:

  • Most osteomyelitis results from contiguous spread or open wounds and is often polymicrobial and/or involves S. aureus
  • Do CT or MRI because evidence of osteomyelitis on x-rays normally takes > 2 wk to develop
  • Treat initially with a broad-spectrum antibiotic regimen
  • Base treatment on the results of cultured bone tissue to obtain the best outcome
  • Suspect osteomyelitis in patients with localized peripheral bone pain, fever and malaise or with localized refractory vertebral pain and tenderness particularly in patients with risk factors for recent bacteremia

Prevention of Osteomyelitis

The best way to Prevention of Osteomyelitis is to prevent skin and wound infections. If you have a minor skin wound make sure to clean the wound well and cover it with a clean sterile bandage. Always look for signs of infection for example redness, tenderness, swelling, pain or discharge. See your doctor if you suspect an infection.






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  •     Completely wash and disinfect your cuts or any injuries that expose the bones or even flesh
  •     Always keep your clothes and your residence clean and disinfected
  •     Always stay clean and stay away from anything that has a chance of spreading germs or infection
  •     Use sterile bandages only in case of cuts or injuries

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