M Á Giráldez-Sánchez

Learn More
INTRODUCTION We analysed the effectiveness of a new percutaneous osteosynthesis system for the treatment of pelvis fractures with rotational instability. METHODS A pre-clinical cross-sectional experimental study wherein Tile type B1 injuries (open-book fractures) were produced in 10 specimens of fresh human cadavers, including the L4-5 vertebrae, pelvic(More)
Less Invasive Stabilization System femoral plates are currently accepted as a suitable fixation technique for supra-intercondylar femoral fractures. However, general agreement does not exist regarding the optimum design of this fixator type. Therefore, the aim of this article is to reduce the intrinsic Less Invasive Stabilization System complications by(More)
The multidisciplinary management of patients with pelvic trauma has improved prognosis, but mortality is still very high. The appropriate treatment strategy remains controversial, especially regarding the control of bleeding in patients whose clinical situation is extreme by using angiography or pelvic packing. We propose using a tool of evidence-based(More)
  • 1