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Improving bowel care after surgery for hip fracture.
- C. Neighbour
- MedicineNursing older people
- 1 November 2014
Patients with hip fracture are now significantly less constipated and there is improved patient satisfaction with analgesia provision, demonstrating the importance of a multidisciplinary approach when caring for these patients.
Pelvic fragility fractures in older people admitted to hospital: the clinical burden
- P. N. Lim, L. Ooi, T. Ong, C. Neighbour, O. Sahota
- MedicineEuropean Geriatric Medicine
- 21 November 2018
Pelvic fragility fractures are associated with worse inpatient and post-discharge clinical outcomes and this is an older multi-morbid cohort needing significant post-fracture rehabilitation care.
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- C. Neighbour
Three audits were conducted in 2010, 2011 and 2013 to evaluate bowel care for older people after hip fracture, and the aim for patients with hip fracture on the trauma wards is medical optimisation and surgical fixation within 36 hours of admission.
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22PELVIC FRACTURES IN OLDER PEOPLE ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL: THE CLINICAL BURDEN