For step-by-step, easy-to-follow guidance from an expert in the field, turn to Techniques in Wrist and Hand Arthroscopy, 2nd Edition . Dr. David J. Slutsky describes the utility and applications of wrist and small joint arthroscopy for a variety of clinical conditions. Each chapter contains a large literature review section which provides perspective as to the expected outcomes of any given procedure, in addition to multiple clinical examples. Covers hand and wrist arthroscopy in great detail , helping you enhance your arthroscopic skills in the surgical management of patients with chronic wrist pain, carpal instability, triangular fibrocartilage tears, distal radioulnar joint instability, arthroscopic resection arthroplasty of the trapeziometacarpal and scaphotrapezial joints, arthroscopic partial wrist fusions, and proximal row carpectomy, to name just a few. Offers detailed instruction in the use of arthroscopy as an adjunctive procedure to the open treatment of distal radius fractures, scapholunate ligament reconstruction, perilunate injuries, and more. Includes hundreds of high-quality color photographs. Uses a consistent, templated format so you can find the guidance you need quickly. Provides online access to over 100 videos of clinical case examples and anatomical demonstrations showcasing the application and technique of a variety of procedures.
Arthroplasty Around the Wrist, by Marwan Wehbe, MD, will cover many of the procedures involved with wrist replacement and some techniques that dont require implants. One article, Thumb CMC Arthroplasty without Implants, from Anchovy to LRTI reviews all methods to correct thumb arthritis, (anchovy is actually a rolled tendon that looks like an anchovy). Another article details a new way to fix thumb arthritis without any implants. Ill encourage Dr. Wehbe and contributors to submit videos of procedures.
This issue will cover many common questions and issues that doctors in sports medicine are confronted with: when to treat injuries, tips on whether treatment can be surgical or nonsurgical, how long will player be out of the game, with or without treatment. Hospital for Special Surgery and Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Injuries to the elbow are common, usually occur secondary to indirect trauma and are often accompanied by injury to shoulder or wrist joints. It is important to assess injuries promptly and accurately, taking into account age and the mechanism of injury, particularly because of the risk of accompanying vascular involvement. This issue will include articles on Anatomy and Exposures, Simple Elbow Dislocations, Radial Head Fractures, Complex Elbow Instability: Radial Head and Coronoid, Varus Posteromedial Instability, Monteggia and Trans-olecranon Injuries, Olecranon Fractures, Arthroscopic management of Elbow Fractures Elbow trauma in the Athlete, Soft Tissue Coverage of the Elbow and many more!
Length Tension Testing Book 2, Upper Quadrant provides clear and comprehensive descriptions and illustrations for assessing flexibility and length tension in the muscles of the upper quadrant. It includes techniques for the cervical spine, temporomandibular joint, thoracic spine, shoulder, elbow, and wrist and hand. Each technique listing includes concise, standardized descriptions of the actions and positions involved, high-quality colour photos and alternative positions to accommodate patient variability and comfort. Most of these tests can be adapted into treatment techniques. This resource will help physiotherapists, kinesiologists, chiropractors, and massage therapists improve patient care, and it will be an invaluable reference for students at the college and university level. Also available: Length Tension Testing Book 1, Lower Quadrant. Murray MacHutchon is a physiotherapist at Pembina Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He is also an examiner and instructor with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Guest editors Jin Bo Tang and Grey Giddons have assembled an expert team of authors on the topic of Hand Surgery in Asia and Europe. Article topics include: Multiple Digit and major limb replantation in Asia and Europe; Microsurgical flaps in repair and reconstruction of the hand; Composite tissue transfer: Novel techniques; Primary flexor tendon repair with early active motion: Part 1. Experience in Asia; Primary flexor tendon repair with early active motion: Part 2. Experience in Europe; Conservative treatment of hand fractures in United Kingdom; Current European practice in proximal interphalangeal joint arthroplasty; Treatment of scaphoid fractures: European approaches; Carpal ligaments: A functional classification; Current European practice in wrist arthroplasty and more!
Ideal for hand surgeons, residents in a hand surgery rotation, and therapists interested in a review of surgical principles, Principles of Hand Surgery and Therapy, 3rd Edition , by Drs. Thomas E. Trumble, Ghazi M. Rayan, Mark E. Baratz, Jeffrey E. Budoff, and David J. Slutsky, is a practical source of essential, up-to-date information in this specialized area. This single-volume, highly illustrated manual covers all areas of adult and pediatric hand surgery and therapy, including the elbow . Youll find state-of-the-art basic science combined with step-by-step techniques and therapeutic protocols, helping you hone your skills and prescribe effective long-term care for every patient. An expanded therapy section with more than 50 diagnosis-specific rehabilitation protocols and more than 100 full-color photographs. New chapters on pediatric fractures; expanded coverage of carpal injuries, including fractures and ligament injuries and perilunate instability; a new chapter on diagnostic and therapeutic arthroscopy for wrist injuries; and expanded treatment of arthritis. New information on pediatric surgery with detailed surgical images. The latest information on pain management , as well as nerve physiology and nerve transfers. Core knowledge needed for the boards -including tumors, free tissue transfer, and thumb reconstruction. Consult this title on your favorite e-reader , conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability.
This third edition expands upon the role of anticoagulants in clinical practice. In addition, it summarizes new developments in the field and provides evidence-based guidelines for the use of anticoagulants in routine day-to-day practice. The Handbook of Thromboprophylaxis Third Edition is a key resource for all physicians with an interest in thromboprophylaxis. David Perry, MD, PhD, FRCPEdin, FRCPLond, FRCPath, is Consultant in Haemostasis, Thrombosis and General Haematology at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, UK, an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, and Co-Director of the Haemophilia Comprehensive Care Centre. Prior to joining the staff at Addenbrookes Hospital, he was Senior Lecturer in Hemostasis and Thrombosis at the Royal Free and University College Medical School (Royal Free Campus), London, UK. His interests include the molecular genetics of hemostasis and thrombosis, the rare inherited bleeding disorders, and the management of patients with venous thromboembolic disease, particularly in relation to pregnancy. He has published widely in the area of hemostasis and thrombosis. He is a member of the British Committee for Standards in Haematology Task Force on Haemostasis & Thrombosis, a member of the steering group for UK National External Quality Assessment Service (Blood Coagulation), and chairs the Specialist Advisory Group for Haemophilia Molecular Genetics for UK National External Quality Assessment Service. His other interests include medical education - he is examiner for the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh and the Royal College of Pathologists, and is the current lead physician for pathology education at Addenbrookes Hospital. David Warwick, MD, FRCS, FRCS(Orth), is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at University Hospitals Southampton, UK. He also runs a specialized practice for patients with hand and wrist problems in Wessex and is a professorial fellow of the University of Southampton. Professor Warwick obtained his doctorate from the University of Bristol in 1995 through original research and dissertation on deep vein thrombosis and total hip replacement, and in 1998 was awarded a Hunterian Professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons, UK. His current research interests include electrical stimulation in the prevention of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Professor Warwick has won awards and prizes for his work on VTE, and has sat on several thrombosis committees, including Chairman of the International Surgical Thrombosis Forum Guidelines Committee. He is currently Section Editor for Annals of Royal College of Surgeons and serves on the Editorial Board of the Bone and Joint Journal . He has also reviewed for journals including Thrombosis and Haemostasis , Hip International , and Clinical Orthopaedics . In his research interest of VTE, he has published numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals and has written several book chapters. Professor Warwick recently authored the orthopedic section of the IUA Consensus Statement on the prevention and treatment of VTE, published in International Angiology in 2013. Professor Warwick has been invited to lecture and present at numerous international, national, and regional meetings. He also acted as an expert witness for the UK Parliamentary Select Committee on The Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) in Hospitalised Patients in December 2004, which examined barriers to effective VTE thromboprophylaxis and strategies that could be used to improve therapy in UK hospitals. He was a member of the Guideline Development group which produced the NICE guidelines for VTE prophylaxis in the UK.