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(FLiP) fracture-table vs. lateral positioning for femoral intramedullary nailing: A survey of orthopaedic surgeon preferences.

著者 Rubinger L , Axelrod D , Bozzo A , Gazendam A , Al-Asiri J , Johal H
Injury.2019 Oct 23 ; ():.
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Femoral shaft fractures are common and severe injuries that often occur alongside other complex, high-energy injuries. Definitive internal fixation using reamed, locked intramedullary nailing (IMN) has become the standard of care in adequately resuscitated patients, commonly performed in the supine position with utilization of a fracture table. The lateral position, without the use of traction, offers an alternative that may be associated with lower complication rates. Given the lack of high-quality evidence in the area, this study was designed to assess the attitudes, knowledge base and preferences of Orthopaedic surgeons regarding patient positioning during antegrade IMN of femoral shaft fractures.
PMID: 31727402 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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