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- The Rationale of Operative Fracture Care?
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Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Anshu sharmaDr. Anshu sharma 2. Pattern of fracture 1 to 3. Fracture reduction to restore anatomical1. Fracture reduction to restore anatomical relationships. Fracture fixation providing absolute or relative2. Preservation of blood supply to soft tissues and3. Preservation of blood supply to soft tissues and bone.
Early and safe mobilization of the injured part and4. Early and safe mobilization of the injured part and the patient as a whole.
The bony anatomy and morphology, when perfect1. The bony anatomy and morphology, when perfect anatomical reductionanatomical reduction is required. The relationship between the proximal and distal main2. The relationship between the proximal and distal main fragments. Length, alignment and rotation are restored. This isThis is functional reductionfunctional reduction.. Meta- and diaphyseal fractures usually need1. Meta- and diaphyseal fractures usually need functional reduction. This provides a basis for deciding which is best from a technical perspective and which will lead to the best outcome for the patient.
Then choose from the available armamentarium the most suitable surgical technique and implant. All the chapters in the volume have been carefully revised to reflect the state of the art in biology, in biomechanics, in the understanding of the biology of injuries and surgical wounds, and in stabilization systems. The book should continue to serve the surgical community well, both in the most advanced teaching environments and at the forefront of care, in the community hospital practice of surgeons.
In just a few easy steps below, you can become an online reviewer. You'll be able to make changes before you submit your review. Third edition was published last year, and have it on order. A must buy for trauma and orthopaedic surgeons! From Amazon The authors are the masters of AO school about fracture management. The AO philosophy is well explained in the text. The section on the pelvis and acetabulum fractures are the essence of the whole book.
The main disadvantages of this work are about fractures involving spine, wrist, and hand. The section on spinal trauma loses its focus. This book omits the management of the wrist and hand fractures, a sad thing. The management for proximal humerus fracture is quite old fashioned.go here
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The AO had developed many new implants recently but barely mentioned in this book. Many proofreading errors will be encoutered but they won't lessen the value of this great work. A great buy for clinician, and junior resident. This book is very easy to read and help yougrasp the essence of the AO phiolosophy in short time.