In this episode, Antonia and Andrew discuss a selection of articles from the July 6, 2022 issue of JBJS, along with an added dose of entertainment and pop culture. Listen at the gym, on your commute, or whenever your case is on hold!
- Getting the Message: The Declining Trend in Opioid Prescribing for Minor Orthopaedic Injuries in Children and Adolescents, by Krakow et al.
- Tranexamic Acid Was Not Associated with Increased Complications in High-Risk Patients with Intertrochanteric Fracture, by Porter et al.
- Arthroscopic Versus Open Ankle Arthrodesis. A 5-Year Follow Up, by Abuhantash et al.
- Modular Fluted Tapered Stems for Periprosthetic Femoral Fractures. Excellent Results in 171 Cases, by Hannon et al.
- Histologic Differences in Human Rotator Cuff Muscle Based on Tear Characteristics, by Ruderman et al.
- Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Diversity in Academic Orthopaedic Surgery Leadership, by Meadows et al.
- Surgical Anatomy of the Radial Nerve at the Dorsal Region of the Humerus. A Cadaveric Study, by Welle et al.
- Internal Torsion of the Knee. An Embodiment of Lower-Extremity Malrotation in Patients with Patellar Instability, by Qiao et al.
- Transphyseal Distal Humeral Fractures. A 13-Times-Greater Risk of Non-Accidental Trauma Compared with Supracondylar Humeral Fractures in Children Less Than 3 Years of Age, by Crowe et al.
JBJS website: https://jbjs.org/issue.php
This episode is brought to you by JBJS Clinical Classroom.
- Basic Science
- Sports Medicine
- Orthopaedic Essentials
- Foot & Ankle