Jared Craig Gelbs

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BACKGROUND Despite the common nature of orthopaedic injuries in equestrian sports, there is no published review to specifically characterize orthopaedic injuries in equestrian athletes. PURPOSE To characterize orthopaedic injury patterns in equine sports-related injuries and their treatment. STUDY DESIGN Systematic review; Level of evidence, 4. (More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether patients who learned the views of an expert surgeons' panel's assessment of equipoise between 2 alternative operative treatments had increased likelihood of consenting to randomization. BACKGROUND Difficulty obtaining patient consent to randomization is an important barrier to conducting surgical randomized clinical trials,(More)
Methods: This review was performed through a PubMed, EMBASE, and Scopus query (from 1978 to June 2014) in the English literature using search terms ‘‘(equine-related OR equestrian-related OR horse-related OR equestrian OR equestrians) AND (injury OR injuries).’’ Only full-text studies reporting on orthopaedic injury patterns pertinent to equestrian sports(More)
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