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  • Description
    Developed in partnership with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and edited by William M. Ricci, MD, FAAOS and Samir Mehta, MD, FAAOS, Orthopaedic Knowledge Update®: Trauma 6 brings together relevant knowledge and new breakthroughs in orthopaedic trauma treatment and management from the most recent 5 years of orthopaedic and subspecialty literature, as well as core knowledge from previous years.

    Written, edited, and peer-reviewed by more than 90 interdisciplinary contributing authors, the book offers a complete guide to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of orthopaedic trauma injuries, supported by the latest evidence. Explore expanded and updated coverage throughout, as well as new chapters on emerging technologies in orthopaedic trauma; infection prophylaxis during and after fracture surgery; management of acute and chronic osteomyelitis; extremity soft-tissue reconstruction associated with fractures; management of chest wall injuries; sternoclavicular joint injuries; calcaneus fractures; considerations in common geriatric fractures; and pelvic ring and acetabular fractures in the geriatric population.

    Sections include:
    • General Topics
    • Nonunions, Malunions, and Infections
    • Soft-Tissue Injury and the Patient With Polytrauma
    • Upper Extremity
    • Axial Skeleton: Pelvis and Acetabulum
    • Lower Extremity
    • Geriatrics
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  • Specs
    Edition
    6
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781975163686
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Pages
    650
    Series
    AAOS - American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
    Edition
    6
    Publication Date
    February 1, 2022
  • William M. Ricci MD, FAAOS
    Samir Mehta MD, FAAOS
  • Table of contents
    Contents
    Section 1: General Topics
    Section e ditor S
    daniel dziadosz, Md, FAAo S
    A. Alex Jahangir, Md, MMHc , FAAo S
    Chapter 1
    o utcomes of Musculoskeletal
    trauma ............................ 3
    David Shearer, MD, MPH
    Saam Morshed, MD, PhD, MPH
    Chapter 2
    delivery of o rthopaedic
    trauma c are....................... 15
    Rafael Neiman, MD
    Chapter 3
    emerging technologies in
    o rthopaedic trauma................ 23
    Phillip M. Mitchell, MD
    Neil Ross MacIntyre III, MD
    Chapter 4
    Principles of Minimally invasive
    Fracture c are ...................... 35
    Mark A. Lee, MD, FACS
    Justin Siebler, MD, FAAOS
    Chapter 5
    Biomechanics...................... 47
    Amir Herman, MD, PhD
    Megan C. Couso, MD
    Chapter 6
    o steoporosis and Pathologic Bone ... 53
    Philipp Leucht, MD
    Derek G. Hansen, MD
    Chapter 7
    deep Vein t hrombosis Prophylaxis
    in Patients With Fractures ........... 61
    Brian W. Buck, DO
    Chapter 8
    Acute c ompartment Syndrome ...... 77
    Christopher Doro, MD
    Section 2: Nonunions,
    Malunions, and Infections
    Section e ditor S
    Stuart M. Gold, Mdc M, FAAo S
    Mitchell Bernstein, Md, Frc Sc , FAAoS
    Chapter 9
    n onunions ........................ 91
    Jeffrey Brewer, MD
    Daniel P. O’Connor, PhD
    Mark R. Brinker, MD
    Chapter 10
    Malunions........................ 103
    Eli Swanson, MD, FAAOS
    Chapter 11
    Biologic Adjuvants for Fracture
    Healing .......................... 125
    Patrick C. Schottel, MD
    William Efird, MD
    Chapter 12
    infection Prophylaxis during and
    After Fracture Surgery ............. 137
    John A. Scolaro, MD, MA
    Alex Trompeter, MBBS, BSc, FRCS(Tr+Orth)Chapter 13
    Management of Acute and
    c hronic o steomyelitis ............. 149
    David W. Lowenberg, MD
    Volker Alt, MD, PhD
    Markus Rupp, MD
    Section 3: Soft- Tissue
    Injury and the Patient
    With Polytrauma
    Section e ditor S
    Anna n oel Miller, Md, FAAo S, FAc S, FAo A
    Philip r . Wolinsky, Md, FAAoS
    Chapter 14
    evaluation and Management of
    Soft-t issue injury and o pen
    Fractures......................... 167
    Jaimo Ahn, MD, PhD
    Geoffrey S. Marecek, MD, FAAOS
    Chapter 15
    t he Mangled Lower extremity ...... 177
    Bryan Woei Ming, MD
    Michael J. Bosse, MD
    Chapter 16
    e x t r e m it y S o f t - t i ss u e
    r econstruction Associated
    With Fracture ..................... 189
    Scott Tintle, MD
    David M. Brogan, MD, MSc
    Jason M. Souza, MD, FACS
    Chapter 17
    Amputations in Patients With
    trauma .......................... 201
    Col Benjamin K. Potter, MD, FACS
    Casey Jo Humbyrd, MD, MBE
    Chapter 18
    disaster and Mass casualty
    Preparedness..................... 213
    Roman Hayda, MD, COL (ret)
    Philip K. Mc Clure, MD
    Chapter 19
    evaluation and Acute Management
    of the Polytrauma Patient .......... 223
    Greg E. Gaski, MD
    Brandon W. Jonard, MD
    Todd O. McKinley, MD
    Chapter 20
    treatment of Patients With Polytrauma
    and indications for damage c ontrol
    o rthopaedic c are ................. 235
    Philip F. Stahel, MD, FACS
    Heather A. Vallier, MD
    Chapter 21
    o rthopaedic Management of
    c hest Wall injuries................. 247
    Benjamin C. Taylor, MD, FAAOS
    Peter A. Cole, MD, FAOA, FAAOS
    Section 4: Upper Extremity
    Section e ditor S
    Andrew c hoo, Md, FAAo S
    Milan K. Sen, Md, FAAo S
    Chapter 22
    Fracture of the c lavicle and
    Scapula .......................... 261
    Matthew J. Furey, MD, MSc, FRCSC
    Michael D. Mc Kee, MD, FAAOS, FRCSC
    Chapter 23
    Sternoclavicular Joint injuries ....... 273
    Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD, PhD, FAAOS
    Jonathan D. Barlow, MD, MS, FAAOSChapter 24
    Proximal Humerus Fracture ........ 283
    Surena Namdari, MD, MSc
    Jonah Hebert-Davies, MD, FRCS(C)
    Chapter 25
    Humeral Shaft Fractures ........... 295
    Emil H. Schemitsch, MD, FRCS(C)
    David Walmsley, MD, FRCSC
    Chapter 26
    distal Humerus Fracture ........... 307
    Matthew L. Welsh, MD
    L e i g h - A n n e T u , M D
    Mark E. Baratz, MD
    Chapter 27
    Fractures of the Proximal
    r adius and Ulna and
    dislocations of the elbow........... 321
    Thomas F. Varecka, MD, FAAOS
    Philipp N. Streubel, MD
    Chapter 28
    Fractures of the Forearm and
    distal r adius ..................... 335
    Melvin Paul Rosenwasser, MD
    David W. Zeltser, MD
    Chapter 29
    Hand/c arpal Fractures and
    dislocations ...................... 367
    Braden Gammon, MD, MSc, FRCSC
    Bryan J. Loeffler, MD
    Steven Papp, MD, MSc, FRCSC
    Chapter 30
    Management of traumatic n erve
    injuries in the Upper extremity...... 379
    Peter Tang, MD, MPH, FAOA
    Jacques H. Hacquebord, MD
    Section 5: Axial Skeleton:
    Pelvis and Acetabulum
    Section e ditor S
    H. c laude Sagi, Md, FAAo S
    Jonathan G. eastman, Md, FAAo S
    Chapter 31
    Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures:
    evaluation and Acute Management... 393
    James R. Learned, MD
    David L. Rothberg, MD, FAAOS
    Chapter 32
    Pelvic Fractures: Definitive
    treatment and o utcomes .......... 405
    Jason W. Roberts, MD, FAAOS
    Michael P. Leslie, DO, FAAOS, FAOA
    Chapter 33
    evaluation and Management of
    Acetabular Fractures............... 425
    Joshua L. Gary, MD
    Stephen J. Warner, MD, PhD
    Section 6: Lower Extremity
    Section e ditor S
    r eza Firoozabadi, Md, FAAo S
    Hassan r . Mir, Md, MBA, FAAo S, FAc S
    Chapter 34
    Hip dislocations and Femoral
    Head Fractures ................... 445
    Brian H. Mullis, MD
    Robert P. Wessel III, MDChapter 35
    Femoral neck Fractures in the
    Younger Patient ................... 453
    Cory Collinge, MD
    Hassan R. Mir, MD, MBA, FAAOS, FACS
    Chapter 36
    Subtrochanteric Femoral
    Fractures......................... 461
    William D. Lack, MD
    Madhav A. Karunakar, MD
    Chapter 37
    Femoral Shaft Fractures............ 469
    Toni M. McLaurin, MD
    Charisse Y. Sparks, MD
    Chapter 38
    Fractures of the distal Femur ....... 481
    Frank R. Avilucea, MD
    Michael T. Archdeacon, MD, MSE
    Chapter 39
    Patella Fractures and extensor
    Mechanism injuries................ 495
    Thomas Moss Jones, MD
    Kevin A. Murr, MD
    Chapter 40
    Knee dislocations ................. 509
    John D. Adams, Jr, MD
    James P. Stannard, MD
    Chapter 41
    Fractures of the t ibial Plateau....... 519
    Robert D. Zura, MD
    Mani Kahn, MD, MPH
    Chapter 42
    t ibial Shaft Fractures .............. 537
    Joseph T. Patterson, MD
    Robert P. Dunbar, MD
    Chapter 43
    Ankle Fractures ................... 553
    Michael J. Beebe, MD
    Sean T. Campbell, MD
    Chapter 44
    distal t ibial Pilon Fractures ......... 565
    Langdon A. Hartsock, MD, FACS
    Kristoff R. Reid, MD
    Chapter 45
    c alcaneus Fractures ............... 575
    Michael Githens, MD
    Chapter 46
    Foot Fractures and dislocations ..... 591
    Mark R. Adams, MD
    Stephen J. Shymon, MD
    Section 7: Geriatrics
    Section e ditor S
    Julie A. Switzer, Md, FAAo S
    derek J. donegan, Md, MBA, FAAo S
    Chapter 47
    Perioperative and Postoperative
    c onsiderations in the Geriatric
    Patient........................... 603
    Sanjit R. Konda, MD, FAAOS
    Jensa C. Morris, MD
    Chapter 48
    Femoral neck Fractures in the
    Geriatric Population ............... 615
    Anthony V. Florschutz, MD, PhD
    Joshua R. Langford, MD
    Kenneth J. Koval, MD
    Chapter 49
    intertrochanteric Hip Fractures
    in the Geriatric Population.......... 625
    Nirmal C. Tejwani, MD, FRCS, MPA
    Vinay Aggarwal, MD
    Chapter 50
    Atypical Femur Fractures........... 637
    Lindsey Bravin, MD
    David Volgas, MDChapter 51
    Periprosthetic Fractures............ 645
    Richard S. Yoon, MD, FAAOS
    Frank A. Liporace, MD, FAAOS
    Chapter 52
    c onsiderations in c ommon Geriatric
    Fractures: Proximal Humerus, distal
    r adius, and distal Femur........... 657
    Matthew R. Garner, MD
    Carmen E. Quatman, MD, PhD
    Chapter 53
    Pelvic r ing and Acetabular Fractures
    in the Geriatric Population.......... 673
    Matthew P. Sullivan, MD
    Emily A. Wagstrom, MD
    I n d e x 68 7
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