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BOAST Guidelines for management of ankle fractures

The British Orthopaedic Association Standards for Trauma (BOASTs) sets out guidelines for best practice of specific injuries. The guidelines for management of ankle fractures were introduced in August 2016. Similar

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Look beyond orthopaedics to gear up for the 2020s and beyond

Technologies making headway in other sectors can unlock improvements in the efficiency, effectiveness and patient satisfaction of orthopaedic surgery. But a collaborative approach is needed, and we have to act

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Many people are underestimating the impact of sprains

Thousands of people are increasing their risk of chronic ankle problems by underestimating the impact of sprains, according to foot scientists. Podiatrists at the University of Salford say sprains, picked

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Arthrex Futures – surgical skills registrar training

Promotional feature Medical education has always been the beating heart of Arthrex’s spirit for innovation Due to the revolutionary nature of arthroscopic surgery, medical education for surgeons and theatre staff

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Adult acquired flat foot (Pes Planus) deformity

Maire-Claire Killen, Rajiv Limaye and Neil Limaye conduct a brief review of the literature looking at this relatively common deformity Introduction Acquired flat foot is a relatively common deformity encountered

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Bare-Non Modesty Apron

Product feature The Bare-Non Modesty Apron is a single use, hygienic, hypo-allergenic garment designed as an apron with a front split and extensible neckline. Placed over the patient’s head prior

EVENTS JUNE 2019

26-28 June 2019, Oswestry ORLAU Gait Course; Oswestry

Venue: Conference Centre, Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital Target Audience:Orthopaedic Consultants and Senior Trainees, Rehabilitation Doctors, Physiotherapists, Orthotists, Clinical Scientists and other Allied Healthcare Professionals with an interest

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Arthrex product features

Arthrex ACP® Double Syringe Autologous blood products such as blood plasma have created a growing interest for use in a number of orthopaedic therapies. The effects of plasma are supported

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Cavendish Medical – Money Matters

Are you over-rewarding the taxman? Dr Benjamin Holdsworth on the record pensions tax yield   HMRC has announced record revenues from individuals generating tax payments by breaching strict yearly savings limits.

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Bournemouth University Research Institute features in national campaign

The Orthopaedic Research Institute at Bournemouth University have featured in a national campaign looking at how university research is improving everyday life. A Universities UK (UUK) national campaign, ‘Made at