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Bone Fractures Clinical Trials

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Evaluation of the AO Pediatric Classification for Long Bones Fractures Like a Guide for Treatment and Prognosis

PROPOUSE: 1. To determinate the efectivity of the AO pediatric classification for long bones fractures. 2. To evaluate the functionality of the AO pediatric classification for long bones fractures. 3. To analyze if the AO pediatric classification for long bones fractures is a prognosis factor


Fractures in the Elderly Population of El Salvador at Hospital Zacamil: Exploring Knowledge Causes Risk Factors and Outcomes

As the population's life expectancy increases, fractures among the elderly in El Salvador are also increasing. There is currently limited data specific to the incidence and cause of fractures in the elderly within developing countries, such as El Salvador. The problem of inadequate knowledge pertaining to bone health and osteoporosis ...

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Quality of the Detection & Treatment of Osteoporotic Fractures in a Swiss Trauma Center

As a tertiary hospital the Traumatology department at the Kantonsspital Aarau looks after about 500 fracture patients hospitalized with an age over 50 years a year. First, we were interested in the effective rate of osteoporotic fractures in this cohort. As to this objective we offered subsequent diagnostics in suspected ...

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Study Comparing Surgical Treatment Versus Non-surgical Treatment of Ulnar Fractures

Ulnar diaphyseal, or "nightstick", fractures are uncommon, but fraught with complications (Pollock et al., 1983; Grace & Witmer, 1980, Atkin et al., 1995) and may prevent return to work (Atkin et al., 1995). 3 systematic reviews have concluded that there is insufficient evidence to guide treatment of isolated ulnar shaft ...

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Complications and Functional Outcome of Displaced Femoral Neck Fractures in Patients Younger Than 70 Years

Introduction Patients younger than 70 years with a displaced femoral neck are in serious conditions. The FNF (femoral neck fracture) is associated with low activity levels, hip pain and substantially reduced QoL (quality of life) . Individuals with high-energy fractures, caused by e.g. car accidents or falls from great heights, ...

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Falls With Fracture : Role of Cognitive Disorders and Comparison With Bone Fragility

The fall is a major problem in the elderly. After 65 year old, falls represent 84% of daily living accidents and almost half of the post fall injuries are fractures (Ricard and Thlot, 2007). These falls with fracture lead to a loss of autonomy and a high health cost. Their ...

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A New Treatment Protocol for Paediatric Mandibular Condylar Fractures

There is a consensus on nonsurgical approach is a priority for paediatric condylar fractures, but a recognized nonsurgical method for treating children with condylar fractures is still a highly debated theme. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of a new nonsurgical method simply using a mandibular ...

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Assessing Cement-bone Incorporation and Adjacent Segment Degeneration Following Cement Augmentation; an MRI-PET Follow-up

3-year PET-MRI follow-up after vertebral balloon kyphoplasty aiming to investigate cement incorporation.

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Orbital Fractures Measurement: Intraoperative Versus Computed Tomography (CT) Scan

Purpose to compare the orbital fracture size measured by orbital CT scan and compare it to the actual orbital fracture size intraoperatively in patients who needed surgical intervention to correct the fracture. Hypothesis: there is difference between the CT measure fracture size and the actual intraoperative size.

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HealthEast Community Hip and Knee Replacement Registry

HealthEast Care System began the first community-based joint replacement registry (HJRR) in the U.S. in 1991, with a database that allowed tracking of implant use and failure rates among the 90 orthopaedic surgeons performing arthroplasty surgery in the greater metropolitan area of St. Paul, MN. Initially conceived as part of ...

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