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High quality and cost effective healthcare

Surgery - 20 April, 2017

Nowadays, it is not an easy task to think about the quality of healthcare and cost effectiveness, and this proves to be an even more…

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Tibial diaphyseal fractures in children

Tibial diaphyseal fractures in children

Surgery - 30 March, 2017

Tibial diaphyseal fractures are common among younger patients, and when treated through traditional methods, the results are often positive. Orthopedic doctors should consider several factors…

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Current thoughts on Foot and Ankle endoscopies

Current thoughts on Foot and Ankle endoscopies

Surgery - 3 March, 2017

The future of foot and ankle analysis might reside in the development of promising new endoscopic techniques for tendinopathies – even though studies of a…

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Robotics for Total Hip Arthroplasty

Robotics for Total Hip Arthroplasty

Surgery - 21 February, 2017

Total hip arthroplasty (THA) surgery is one of the most successful surgeries, with over 95% survivorship at 10-years’ follow-up and with positive clinical outcomes. In…

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New procedures for rotator-cuff repair

New procedures for rotator-cuff repair

Surgery - 9 February, 2017

Repairing a rotator-cuff is not always an easy task. It can be tricky, especially for those who have failed prior treatment. So, patients who have…

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Surgical site infections are influenced by operating room quality

Surgical site infections are influenced by operating room quality

Surgery - 5 January, 2017

It is almost inevitable to consider that the rate of surgical site infections are strongly influenced by the operating room quality. The structural features of…

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NEW TECHNIQUES IN THE FIELD FOR OSTEOTOMY SURGERIES

New techniques in the field for Osteotomy surgeries

Surgery - 18 November, 2016

When osteotomy is the only solution for your patient, you must pay attention to a couple of factors. The world is in constant progress. When…

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FOREARM FRACTURES IN CHILDREN

Forearm Fractures in Children

Surgery - 28 October, 2016

Childhood fractures occurs frequently. You must get many parents in your office asking for the best treatment to submit their child to and most of…

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WHAT GOES THROUGH A SURGEON’S MIND THROUGH A COMPLICATION?

What goes through a surgeon’s mind through a complication?

Surgery - 27 September, 2016

As a surgeon, you’re honored to work on people’s bodies trying to easing their suffer, eliminate some pain, removing diseased organs, fixing this and that.…

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CUBITAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: THE BASICS

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: the basics

Surgery - 21 September, 2016

The cubital tunnel syndrome is quite familiar with something you may know as carpal tunnel syndrome. These two syndromes do share some things but it’s…

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