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Treatment of long bone fractures using SIGN standard nail
Patients Surgeons SIGN staff
The need for SIGN 80% of Severe Fractures Occur in Developing Countries
Solid Nail Solid-less deflection so easier interlock. Solid-less infection-less surface for bacteria to lodge. Solid-stronger so we can use slots instead of holes. Dynamizing No arc of radius
Evaluation - ROM
Direction of Interlock
Bends instead of Arc of Radius Economical Fit canals around the world Lucky-follows the helix in proximal femur canal
No Arc of Radius
SIGN Standard Nail Humerus
Stainless Steel Stronger Lucky – Less Infection
Slots Interlock Technique Lucky- Faster healing due to compression distraction
Interlock of SIGN nail Design System to Target Interlock without C- arm Slot Finder
Reamers No Electricity Bone Graft No Second Hit?
Mountains to Climb
Stabilize until healed
Fixtures : Fatigue to Failure
EVALUATE SIGN SURGERY NOW EVALUATE FRACTURE PRINCIPLES
Equality of fracture care for 116,000
Vision: Creating Equality of Fracture Care Throughout the World.
Bone Repair Challenge ~Biomedical Engineering~. Bone Fractures Many types of fractures, three common types are: Image source: US National Library of Medicine,
Instructional Course Lectures, The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons - The Role of Allografts in the Treatment of Periprosthetic Femoral Fractures*†
Pathomechanics of Bone
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Diaphyseal fractures in children Mohamed M. Zamzam Associate Professor & Consultant Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon KKUH, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The animal will not be able to use the leg at all and if able will hold the leg up. Sometimes the foot will be rested on the ground when the animal.
Dr. Wajeeha Mahmood BSPT, PPDPT
Bone Fracture. Recall: Three types of Stress: Three types of Stress: Tension Tension Compression Compression Shear Shear.
Fractures Special Topics n&tag=related;photovideohttp://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id= n&tag=related;photovideo.
Fractures general management. A high velocity injury should always be treated according to the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) guidelines with attention.
Bones For this section of the Fitness Unit, we are going to learn the names and the location of the major bones. Listed below are the bones that we will.
Open Locked Nailing The St Ann’s Bay Experience
MANAGEMENT OF CONGENITAL PSEUDARTHROSIS OF TIBIA
Failure of proximal femoral fracture managed by proximal femoral nail (PFN) leads to a very difficult situation to handle with conventional.
By: Ying Lin. Loosening or separation, either partial or complete, of an epiphysis from the shaft of a bone.
Type C: 4/5 patients treated successfully by functional bracing Campbell et al Type C: 2/3 healed successfully with nonoperative management Kumar.
Case Examples An isolated injury in an adult, bicycle crash Treatment options?
Intramedullary Nailing Basic Principles Presented by Michael Sochacki, MD Developed by Rahul Banerjee, MD.
Daily Quiz Name one type of bone tissue. Name a bone in the axial skeleton. Name a bone in the appendicular skeleton. Name one of the four bone types.
Panel questions Study design Effectiveness Safety Labeling.
Broken Bones Warning…really gross pictures…. Simple Fracture: bone does not break skin.
Bone Fractures. (Fracture Hematoma) Bony Repair 1)Hematoma 2)Fibrocartilage callus 3)Bony callus 4)Remodeling.
Thigh and knee. CLASSIFICATION FRACTURES OF THE FEMUR [1 ]Fracture of the neck of the femur, and Fracture of the trochanteric region  Fracture of.
Femoral Fractures By: Holly Christensen. What is a Femoral Fracture When the femur bone is broken The femur (also known as the thigh bone) extends from.
King Suad University College of Engineering Industrial Engineering Department Modeling Of Bone.
Scaphoid Fracture Anatomy 1B Tasso & Ricky. The Scaphoid Bone The scaphoid bone is one of the eight “carpal bones” of the wrist. The scaphoid is located.
Fractures and Bone Healing
Fractures By Amal.
OSCE EXAM SIMULATION WITH THE IDEAL ANSWER second part
Introduction to Pediatric Orthopaedics: Common Fractures
Treatment of femoral neck fractures INTERNAL FIXATION –In biologic ‘young’ patients (< yr) ARTHROPLASTY –In biologic ‘old’ patients (> yr)
Presented by: Kelsey Foster. The History The Harrington Rod was developed in the 1950’s by Dr. Paul Harrington. The Harrington Rod was the first spinal.
Aftercare of Nailed Patients and Dynamisation of Fractures КЕМЕРОВО ГкБ №3 mail.kuzbass.net.
Orthopedic Injuries- A Legal Perspective Mississippi – Alabama – Tennessee – North Carolina D IANE P RADAT P UMPHREY
The appendicular skeleton Do you know the bones????
Dr. Pete Rose Joint Replacement. Total = Ball + Socket.
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Trey DeLong Lacey Gorochow Brian Rappa Adam Vandergriff Sandra Wadeer.
Rigid Intramedullary Nailing of Femoral Shaft Fractures in Skeletally Immature Patients Using a Lateral Trochanteric Entry Portal by Elliott J. Kim, Samuel.
Removal of a Broken Solid Femoral Nail: a Simple Push- out Technique. A Case Report* by CHRISTIAN KRETTEK, PETER SCHANDELMAIER, and HARALD TSCHERNE J Bone.
3 Functions of the Skeleton Movement Bones meet to form JOINTS. Tendons attach muscles (which cause the movement) to bones. Support We are able to stand.
Dr Mohamed El Safwany, MD.. The student should be able at the end of this lecture to recognize various radiographic principles of fractures.
BONES Movement is basic to life. Strong healthy bones are as essential as strong muscles. Sitting up straight, walking and jumping are all function that.
Instructional Course Lectures, The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons - Common Complications of Total Knee Arthroplasty*† by DAVID C. AYERS, DOUGLAS.
PRESENTERSSUPERVISOR Mickey Macatha, Sharon Ocholla.Dr. James Obondi Maseno University school of medicineChief orthopedic surgeon MBChB VDr. Steve Okello.
Tracy Dawson & Michelle Verrochi. Comminuted Depression Compression Transverse Oblique Spiral Greenstick Open vs. closed.
Types of Bones.
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