The rapid development of arthroscopy scope technology has been widely used in orthopedic treatment. Arthroscopy can better achieve anatomical reduction and effectively reduce the occurrence of traumatic arthritis during the orthopedic treatment. During surgery, repeated washing can fully remove blood clots, cartilage tissue, and bone debris deposited in the joint cavity. In addition, it can repair and reconstruct ligaments with the help of arthroscopy scope technology.
Arthroscopy scope technology causes less damage to joint structures, effectively reduces secondary damage to joints during surgery, and greatly helps to restore joint function after surgery. Therefore, arthroscopy scope technology has broad prospects in orthopedic treatment. With the gradual improvement of arthroscopic equipment and increasing clinical experience, arthroscopy scope technology will gradually replace most traditional surgical methods in the future and become one of the main methods of orthopedic treatment.
During actual surgery, arthroscopy scope technology can reduce the trauma caused by joint bone injury to the patient's physical function to a minimum. Because the incision formed by the surgery is relatively small, patients have a shorter recovery time after surgery, and the chance of incision infection is lower. Therefore, arthroscopy scope technology can greatly reduce the chance of infection caused by pathogenic bacteria invading the incision after surgery. With these advantages, arthroscopic minimally invasive technology has become highly feasible and operable in orthopedic surgery, and can meet all aspects of clinical treatment needs.
Arthroscopy scope technology has been expanded from the treatment of joint diseases to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases outside the joint in recent years due to its advantages of less damage and faster recovery. In orthopedic treatment, the scope of arthroscopic application is also constantly expanding. Treatment of patients who require a higher level of pathological anatomy than conventional medical methods can be done with the support of arthroscopy scope technology. With the gradual maturity of medical device-assisted technology, it is believed that arthroscopy scope technology can provide more help in more treatments in the future, providing a better treatment environment and improving the cure rate for patients.
However, not all orthopedic surgeries can be replaced by arthroscopy scope technology. Conventional surgery has always been the foundation of various emerging technologies. Arthroscopy scope technology cannot replace all conventional incision reduction surgeries. Although arthroscopy scope technology has the advantages of less trauma and low probability of complications during and after surgery, there are still limitations in terms of complexity of operation and limited indication range. If operated improperly, more serious complications may occur. Moreover, the tissue structure and pathological anatomy of joints in different parts are different. Therefore, for any joint fractures that occur, surgical plans must be developed based on different patient situations.
In conclusion, minimally invasive arthroscopy scope technology can more effectively improve the effect and safety of orthopedic treatment, and this is worth further research on arthroscopy scope technology in orthopedic treatment to make it more mature and better used in orthopedic treatment.