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7-8 December 2019, Future orthopaedic surgeons conference; London

Future orthopaedic surgeons conference (FOSC) is an international trauma and orthopaedic surgery conference aimed solely at medical students and junior doctors. Now in its 10th year, FOSC continues to bring


26-27 March 2020, Oxford Bone Infection Conference; Oxford

This will be held on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th March 2020 at the Oxford Examination Schools. The Oxford Bone Infection Conference aims to facilitate multidisciplinary team working in the


EBJIS: From basic science to clinical practice

Preview: The importance of translation science in the development of concepts on infection prevention and treatment The European Bone and Joint Infection Society (EBJIS) meeting will take place in Antwerp,


Global hip and knee replacement market set to be worth $20.4bn by 2028

The hip and knee replacement markets are worth approximately 25 per cent of the global orthopaedics market, growing steadily at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 2.6 per cent between


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


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


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


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


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


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