How to manage Septic arthritis ??Created by:
The symptoms for septic arthritis is usually, painful, swollen, red join with reduced range of movement, and fever. Septic arthritis cane be dure to penetrating trauma into a joint or can be spontaneous septic arthritis. Spontaneous septic arthritis ususally affect a signle large joint, can be secondary to blood vorne spread. Staphylococcus aureus is an important cause of it, it can be due to Neisseriae gonorrhoea (less common). In the cohort with prosthetic joint, coagulase negative staphylococci infection should be considered as well. So if you highly suspect someone is having a septic arthritis, what will be your investigation and management plan?