The management of fat embolism includes all of the following, except:
|C||Low molecular weight dextran|
Fat embolism is a common complication of fracture of long bones (especially femur). The management includes
a. Adequate oxygenation.
b. Adequate hydration.
d. For severe cases mechanical ventilation may be required.
e. Use of heparin (stimulate lipase to break fat) and ethanol are not preferred methods nowadays.