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Smith+Nephew Jul 1
Data from 4 registries examined the best performing bearing combination for survivorship and revision risk. The conclusion is…
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Andrew Bennett 16h
updated website Over 180 great ideas across and , amazing response and thanks all👏 Co-produced review process done with clinical champions and patient reps Now to work out next steps 🧐
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olamijieskimo,MD 4h
This is a testimony from a colleague plus a colleague at my place of work tested positive last week. Don't be foolish. Get sense and stay safe. If you don't want to do it for yourself, do it for people around you.
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The Bone & Joint Journal Jul 8
JUST PUBLISHED!: The theoretical mortality risk of an asymptomatic patient with a negative SARS-CoV-2 test developing COVID-19 after elective orthopaedic surgery
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OrthoACCESS Jul 7
Over 550 are joining us tomorrow to learn the keys to success for seeing consults from of and of Register now!
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Smith+Nephew 9h
What causes of implant failure? How do modern techniques compare for and revision outcomes? What are the best solutions to complex challenges? Join us to discuss all these and more:
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Operation Walk LA Jul 6
Those first steps after waiting years for your hip replacement are sweet.....
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OrthoACCESS 11h
Well, that was fun! from kicked off the webinar series tonight with an engaging and interactive presentation!
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OrthoACCESS 16h
The first webinar is tonight! Registration is open until 7pm ET.
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Arthromedix SA Jul 7
.....coupled with a comprehensive medical education & professional development programme designed to meet the needs of surgeons & improve patient outcomes.
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olivia cheng Jul 6
Queen’s medical students are learning about orthopaedic surgery in Collingwood. Life is good rocks
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Philippe Landreau, MD Jul 7
In young patients with irreparable cuff tears, a Superior Capsular Reconstruction can be attempted to decrease pain and increase function. Good to excellent outcomes in short term but long-term outcomes of the SCR are still uncertain.
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AOA1887 Jul 7
Rear Admiral Bruce Gillingham's interview on our podcast, Lessons in Orthopaedic Leadership, re: questions. "[These questions are] sideways opportunities at looking at skills we prize in medicine." Listen here:
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Benoît Rizk Jul 7
Peroneocalcaneus internus on from Z. Rosenberg,J.Beltran: Overview from on accessory muscle: . Pitfall: occasionally, FHL may demonstrate 2 tendinous slips but they merge.
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Michelle S Caird 13h
UMich Ortho welcomed 8 great new interns last week. Can’t wait to see the amazing things they will do and all the patients they will help!
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Nice Shoulder Course Jul 8
❔ASK OUR SPEAKERS : during the 3 days live you will be able to reach them directly ! 👨‍⚕️COURSE CHAIRMAN : 👉REGISTER NOW 🔵
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ORTHO Journal Jul 7
: Are patient age and body mass index significantly associated with hardware-related complications after olecranon fracture fixation?
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Chennai Orthopaedics Jul 7
Dr. Bharani Kumar and his best Orthopedic advice
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MVS 22h
A big thumbs up from our nurse Paula! The NHS have now returned all our ventilators and equipment, that we had loaned to them during the Covid-19 pandemic. 🌈
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Mohamed yousuf M.D. 2h
I wouldn’t trade for any other specialty. The ability to dramatically improve someone’s function, quality of life, or pain is a special skill, and a reason to become a physician in the first place! 🔨 🛠 ⚒️ 🦴 👨🏽‍⚕️
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