» Prophylactic inferior vena cava filters for operative pelvic fractures: a twelve year experience
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Introduction Conflicting evidence exists regarding the role of inferior vena cava filters (IVCFs) in the prevention of pulmonary embolism. The aim of this study was to review an institutional policy of prophylactic IVCF placemen...

» Clinical and radiological outcomes in thoracolumbar fractures using the SpineJack device. A prospective study of seventy-four patients with a two point three year mean of follow-up
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Purpose The aim of this study was to assess clinical and radiological results of SpineJack on the treatment of vertebral body fractures in a continuous prospective series of patients. Material and methods Between May 2012 and Ap...

» Altered seric levels of albumin, sodium and parathyroid hormone may predict early mortality following hip fracture surgery in elderly
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Purpose To analyse a wide set of routine laboratory parameters at admission to predict mortality within 30 post-operative days in elderly patients with hip fracture, as well as calculate the critical values of those biomarkers. ...

» Outcomes after locked plating of displaced patella fractures: a prospective case series
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Purpose Tension band wiring remains a common treatment for patella fractures, but complication rates are high, with unsatisfactory results. The purpose of this observation study was to evaluate clinical results and complication ...

» Randomised clinical trial assessing migration of uncemented primary total hip replacement stems, with and without autologous impaction bone grafting
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Purpose Uncemented stems in primary total hip replacement (THR) are concerning in the elderly due to ectatic femoral canals and cortical thinning resulting in higher incidence of fracture and subsidence in this population. To ob...

» External fixation for primary and definitive management of open long bone fractures: the Syrian war experience
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Aims To report on the experience of one field hospital in using external fixation as a primary and definitive treatment for open long bone fractures during the Syrian war. Methods A total of 955 patients with open long bone frac...

» Good outcome using anatomically pre-formed buttress plates for anteromedial facet fractures of the coronoid—a retrospective study of twenty-four patients
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Purpose The aims of this retrospective study were to describe the characteristics of anteromedial facet fracture of the coronoid (AMFF) and to determine the outcome following surgery using anatomically pre-formed coronoid buttre...

» A comparative study about the incidence of dislocation and peri-prosthetic fracture between dual mobility versus standard cups after primary total hip arthroplasty
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Purpose Dislocation and peri-prosthetic fracture (PPF) are major reasons for revision THA (total hip arthroplasty). The main advantage of dual mobility (DM) cups is to minimize the incidence of dislocation compared to single mob...

» Reconstruction of composite leg defects post-war injury
01/12/19 00:00 from Latest Results for International Orthopaedics
Abstract Background In a high conflict region, war injuries to the distal lower extremity are a major source of large composite defects involving bone and soft tissues. These defects are at the edge between using a single free flap [oste...

» More hip complications after total hip arthroplasty than after hemi­arthroplasty as hip fracture treatment: analysis of 5,815 matched pairs in the Swedish Hip Arthroplasty Register
18/11/19 09:14 from
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» Advances and promises of nutritional influences on natural bone repair
15/11/19 20:53 from Journal of Orthopaedic Research
Journal of Orthopaedic Research, Volume 0, Issue ja, -Not available-.

» Diabetes Mellitus and Gender Have a Negative Impact on the Outcome of Hip Fracture Surgery—A Pilot Study
14/11/19 12:03 from Journal of Orthopaedic Research
Journal of Orthopaedic Research, EarlyView.

» Low‐Trauma Fracture Increases 12‐Month Incidence of Cardiovascular Disease for Adults With Cerebral Palsy
11/11/19 16:04 from Journal of Orthopaedic Research
Journal of Orthopaedic Research, EarlyView.

» Influence of Ibuprofen on Bone Healing After Colles' Fracture: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
05/11/19 16:19 from Journal of Orthopaedic Research
Journal of Orthopaedic Research, EarlyView.

» Incidence of distal ulna fractures in a Swedish county: 74/100,000 person-years, most of them treated non-operatively
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» Biologic treatment options for the hip: A narrative review
01/11/19 05:00 from Current Orthopaedic Practice - Current Issue
The goal of surgery around the hip is to preserve both acetabular and femoral bone stock and to optimize function, specifically abductor function. Biologic options include allografts, allograft metal composites, and structural grafts tha...

» Cones and sleeves in knee arthroplasty: a narrative review
01/11/19 05:00 from Current Orthopaedic Practice - Current Issue
Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) volume is expected to continue increasing worldwide. In Australia last year TKA increased 2.8% from the previous year. This trend has led to an increasing rate of revision TKA procedures for loosening, infec...

» Short-column acetabular fracture fixation through a mini-pararectus approach in anteriorly displaced acetabular fractures: A case series
01/11/19 05:00 from Current Orthopaedic Practice - Current Issue
Background: A mini-pararectus approach has been described as a minimally invasive approach for stabilizing acetabular fractures. This approach allows a direct view of anteriorly displaced acetabular fractures. In this preliminary study, ...

» Factors influencing time to union of diaphyseal humeral fractures after plate fixation: A retrospective cohort study
01/11/19 05:00 from Current Orthopaedic Practice - Current Issue
Background: We sought to determine time to union of diaphyseal humeral fractures treated with plate fixation and to identify underlying contributing factors. Methods: A retrospective cohort study of patients at a Level 1 trauma center fr...

» Initial evaluation by a nonsurgeon provider does not delay the surgical care of operative ankle fractures in a walk-in orthopaedic clinic: A retrospective cohort study
01/11/19 05:00 from Current Orthopaedic Practice - Current Issue
Background: Orthopaedic walk-in and after-hours clinics may be staffed by orthopaedic surgeons, nonsurgeon physicians, advanced practice nurses, or physician assistants. This study assessed whether initial evaluation by a nonsurgeon dela...

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