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Background and purpose Distal radius fractures are most often treated nonoperatively, but sometimes they are treated surgically when deemed unstable. Based on the literature, a consensus protocol for treatment has been developed in southern Sweden to aid clinicians in their decision making. We...
Background and purpose Screening of newborn infants for congenital hip dysplasia may be done by clinical examination, ultrasound, or radiography—or a combination of these. Studies that have used clinical examination followed by ultrasound imaging for infants with certain risk factors have shown...
Background and purpose Following transtibial amputation, a rigid dressing of plaster of Paris has been reported to have advantages over a soft dressing regarding wound healing and reduction of edema, but use of the former may be limited by difficulties in application and in gaining access to the...
Background and purpose Adverse events (AEs) are common in acute care hospitals, but there have been few data concerning AEs in orthopedic patients. We tested and evaluated a patient safety model (the Wim‐mera clinical risk management model) and performed a three‐stage retrospective review of...
Background and purpose Dysplasia is probably the most common underlying condition in osteoarthritis of the hip, leading to total hip replacement (THR) in young adulthood. We investigated whether hip instability at birth predisposes to THR in young adulthood. Methods Since 1967, all newborns in...
Background and purpose Considerable migration of the acetabular cup is required for diagnosis of loosening by conventional radiography. We have developed a new clinically applicable method for assessment of cup loosening using computed tomography (CT). Patients and methods 10 patients scheduled...
Background and purpose For early detection of postoperative infections, the level of C‐reactive protein (CRP) may be useful. We analyzed baseline and time‐dependent reference values for the postoperative use of CRP as an indicator of infection. Methods We studied the kinetics of CRP levels...
Background and purpose Growth factors released from platelets have potent effects on fracture and wound healing. The acidic tide of wound healing, i.e. the pH within wounds and fractures, changes from acidic pH to neutral and alkaline pH as the healing process progresses. We investigated the...
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