Data show reduction in pain after inpatient surgery during past 10 years Since 2003, pain rates in patients who underwent inpatient surgery have been greatly reduced, according to research presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting.Read more
Combined morphometric features of ACL and femoral notch influenced risk of ACL injury Results showed the risk of sustaining a noncontact ACL injury was influenced by a combination of morphometric features of both the ACL and the femoral notch.Read more
Study shows proximal opening wedge, chevron osteotomy produced similar results Among patients with moderate-to-severe hallux valgus and increased intermetatarsal angles, proximal opening wedge osteotomy with wedge-plate fixation and proximal chevron osteotomy in combination with a distal soft-tissue procedure both offered predictably successful results, according to study data.Read more
Haptic partial weight bearing biofeedback system
Orthopedics— November 2014 Haptic Biofeedback for Improving Compliance With Lower-Extremity Partial Weight Bearing— by Michael C. Fu, MD, MHS; et al After lower-extremity orthopedic trauma and surgery, patients are often advised to restrict weight bearing on the affected limb. This study assessed a novel method of using real-time haptic (vibratory/vibrotactile) biofeedback to improve compliance with instructions for partial weight bearing.Read more
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