Standing Room Only: Wrist Fractures: Principles and Techniques

by Gregory A. Mencio, MD, Editor (2006)

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In addition to hip dislocation and complex trauma, the program addresses the following fractures:

  • Forearm
  • Proximal humerus
  • Elbow
  • Femur
  • Ankle

Standing Room Only: Wrist Fractures: Principles and Techniques

Standing Room Only is your front-row seat to the most popular orthopaedic skills courses held at the Orthopaedic Learning Center. Each double-disc multimedia learning program focuses on a particular course and offers a selection of educational features, such as lectures, surgical demonstrations, case discussions, and self-assessment questions to test what you've learned.

Standing Room Only will help you review and reinforce a course that you attended, or it can highlight the key issues of a course that you weren't able to attend. Learn to differentiate management of pediatric trauma as opposed to adult trauma, considering growth plate maturation and recovery rates. Identify the indications, rationale, and methods for operative treatment of pediatric fractures using plates or intramedullary nailing. Improve your management of complications such as compartment syndrome, refracture, and bone and soft tissue necrosis. Understand patient selection principles, surgical approaches, and controversies surrounding external fixation of open fractures and complex trauma. Observe the operative steps for performing submuscular plating, in situ pin fixation, and antegrade nail placement in pediatric trauma patients.

Earn up to 6 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits.™ This product can help fulfill the CME requirements mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification (MOC™) process.

Published by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. (Promotional copy courtesy of the AAOS.)

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