Risks, Side Effects, Complications

Risks, Side Effects, Complications

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Risks, Side Effects, Complications

Risks, Side Effects, Complications

Diet and nutrition after surgery During Limb lengthening surgery, bones are cut in a controlled manner, also called osteotomy, the crevice between the cut bones feels daily with new bone tissue. The muscles, veins, veins, tendons must also adapt to the new size. Therefore, it is necessary to give preference to foods that strengthen muscles and bones and promote their growth. Drink a lot and eat a diet rich in vitamins and protein, which should be part of the daily menu. Eating a healthy diet accelerates bone growth. Cigarette and alcohol consumption Smoking and alcohol consumption have a negative effect on the regeneration of the body, slowing down and retarding bone growth. During the entire treatment and healing phase, alcohol and cigarette consumption should be avoided.