My mother is 81 years old. She had undergone one left shoulder surgery due to a fracture in the neck of the humerus four years ago. She also had experienced a cerebral stroke resulting partial paralysis of the left hand and the left leg. Now, due to a sudden fall on the ground, she also has broken her right humerus. I have attached the x-ray for your reference. Either plaster or sling or surgery, what may be the best treatment? She has been given pain medicine and antibiotic by the treating doctor. I am anxious to know early as the doctor treating her has asked the decision from us.
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