A recently published framework illustrates Cleveland Clinic’s strategy for integrating virtual care with orthopaedics.
The ability to reliably and accurately measure subtle radiographic factors longitudinally following anatomic TSA may allow for a deeper understanding of the relationship between short- and longer-term clinical outcomes.
Nicolas Piuzzi, MD, Adult Joint Reconstruction Research Director and Staff at Cleveland Clinic, recently authored an article published in JAMA Surgery that outlines challenges and opportunities for evidenced-based surgery within orthopaedics. He shares his insights and offers solutions to effectively collect and leverage data into clinical practice.
Two orthopaedic surgeons describe their approach for addressing distal tibial nonunions, both when the ankle joint is spared as well as when the ankle cannot be salvaged and concomitant fusion is required.
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Hallux valgus surgery can fail in a number of ways, often leaving the patient with more pain, persistent deformity and significant dissatisfaction and dysfunction. How can surgeons improve outcomes?
Database system provides wealth of information expected to have tremendous impact on advancing medical care. And doctors use it.
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Strong association identified between patients’ confidence in attaining desired level of physical activity post-total joint replacement and achieving improved postop functionality.
Preliminary results of our postop pain management study are exceptionally promising, suggesting no deep infections or nerve injuries in the catheter group.