Artroscopia y reconstrucción articular

jueves, 11 de diciembre de 2014

BREAKING NEWS / Healio-Orthopedics

After-hours debridement of open tibia fractures linked with increased costs
An economic model that looked at the number of open tibia fractures occurring annually in the United States showed an increase in the overall financial cost of performing after-hours debridement of open tibia fractures. Read more
Hybrid TKA may offer comparable positive fixation to traditional TKA
Recently published data showed hybrid total knee arthroplasty (TKA) demonstrated positive fixation with minimal revision at long-term follow-up. Read more
Comparable function outcomes found with ESIN, K-wire pinning for humeral fractures
Favorable results and comparable functional outcomes were found with retrograde elastic stable intramedullary nailing (ESIN) and Kirschner wire (K-wire) pinning for the treatment of Neer-Horowitz type 3 and 4 proximal humeral fractures in juvenile patients, according to study results. Read more

Black pigmentation
of femoral head
Orthopedics — December 2014
Alkaptonuric Ochronosis — by Mukand Lal, MBBS, MS; et al
Alkaptonuria, with its sequel, ochronosis, is a rare disease, with an incidence of 1:125,000 to 1:1 million worldwide. Reported cases of ochronotic arthropathy and other orthopedic manifestations are mostly limited to a single family tree, and few cases have been reported. Read more

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Important lessons can be learned from recent physician-owned distributorship complaint
David M. Glaser, JD 
The government recently filed a False Claims Act case in California against several physicians who operated a physician-owned distributorship. Even if you would never consider anything related to a physician-owned distributorship, there are some important lessons to be gleaned from the complaint. Read more

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