26/08/2020 · Tibial tubercle fracture is caused by injury from violent tensile forces on the tibial tuberosity. The force is delivered through eccentric contraction of the extensor mechanism of the knee from either of the following: In other words, it occurs when sudden acceleration or deceleration of the extensor mechanism occurs.
In order to administer a correct ventrogluteal injection through the Ztrack technique, you will have to start by applying gentle traction on the skin. Pull the skin from the injection site – about two or three cm – using your nondominant hand. Inject the needle at a 90 degrees angle, in a slow manner.