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Opciones de tratamiento no quirúrgico para la osteoartritis del pulgar - Medical Animation
 
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Opciones de tratamiento no quirúrgico para la osteoartritis del pulgar - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: La osteoartritis del pulgar, también conocida como artritis de la articulación basal, es un problema en la articulación de la base del pulgar. El cartílago liso que recubre los huesos de la articulación se ha desgastado, lo que causa dolor y otros síntomas. La osteoartritis no tiene cura y por lo general, empeora con el tiempo. Sin embargo, hay tratamientos que no requieren cirugía y pueden ayudar a aliviar los síntomas en las primeras etapas. Por ejemplo, puede ponerse hielo en la articulación varias veces al vida. Apretar con el pulgar puede aumentar la tensión en la articulación y provocar más dolor. Para ayudar a reducir el dolor, su proveedor de atención medica puede darle consejos sobre como cambiar la forma de apretar o de agarrar los objetos. También es posible que le aconsejen llevar una férula para limitar el movimiento, esto permite que la articulación descanse y se cure. Los medicamentos, como el paracetamol, pueden ayudar a reducir el dolor. Los antinflamatorios no esteroideos, como el ibuprofeno o la aspirina, pueden ayudar a reducir tanto el dolor ,como la hinchazón. También puede recibir una inyección de esteroides directamente en la articulación, para reducir la inflamación y aliviar el dolor. Si tiene preguntas sobre la osteoartritis del pulgar o sobre que opción de tratamiento puede ser la mejor para usted, hable con su proveedor de atención médica.

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