Dislocation of the foot is encountered rarely on Symcat. We will add more content to this page if enough people like you show interest.
Within all the people who go to their doctor with dislocation of the foot, 78% report having foot or toe pain, 37% report having knee weakness, and 37% report having ankle pain. The symptoms that are highly suggestive of dislocation of the foot are foot or toe pain, knee weakness, elbow weakness, elbow cramps or spasms, eye strain, low back weakness, wrist weakness, underweight, feeling hot and cold, and muscle swelling, although you may still have dislocation of the foot without those symptoms.
Patients with dislocation of the foot often receive plain x-ray, radiographic imaging procedure, application of splint, intravenous fluid replacement, kidney function tests, suturing of wound, electrocardiogram and cat scan of head .
The most commonly prescribed drugs for patients with dislocation of the foot include zosyn, cortisone, pramipexole (mirapex), gentamicin ophthalmic, amiodarone, povidone iodine topical (betadine), bupivacaine, vancomycin, diclofenac, cefazolin, celecoxib (celebrex), tetanus toxoid vaccine (adacel) and chlorpheniramine / phenindamine / phenylpropanolamine .
|Povidone Iodine Topical (Betadine)|
|Tetanus Toxoid Vaccine (Adacel)||$50|
Groups of people at highest risk for dislocation of the foot include race/ethnicity = other, age 30-44 years and age 75+ years. On the other hand, age 5-14 years and age 1-4 years almost never get dislocation of the foot.