27 February 2024

Frozen shoulder holds the key to understanding fibrosis resolution

NDORMS researchers have identified how cells work to resolve frozen shoulder, opening up potential new targets for treatment and reducing...

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22 February 2024

Changing surgical gloves and instruments cost-effective as well as safer

Results of economic analysis of ChEETAh trial looks at evidence from seven low and middle-income countries Surgeons who routinely change...

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20 February 2024

Highlights from the Mastering Orthopaedic Implants Course

Here are some highlights from the Mastering Orthopaedic Implants Course which is online and self-paced from the Orthopaedic Academy  ...

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1 February 2024

EULAR update on hip and knee osteoarthritis

OA affects over 500 million people worldwide. The disease is age related, and usually starts to affect people in middle...

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30 January 2024

Nano arthroscopy is poised to revolutionise the orthopaedic market

Nano arthroscopy allows surgeons to perform procedures in smaller joints like the wrist, ankle, and elbow, as well as in...

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23 January 2024

No benefit of physiotherapy over general advice after dislocated shoulder

Findings should help inform discussions about the best approach to rehabilitation after a dislocated shoulder Routinely referring patients to a...

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19 January 2024

More than half of UK surgical workforce says access to operating theatres is a major challenge 

The President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England) has said that problems accessing operating theatres are...

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17 January 2024

Impacts during everyday physical activity can slow bone loss

A study conducted at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, found that the bone mineral density at the femoral neck decreased,...

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