Petra Fröhlich

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For the closed treatment of an intraarticular fracture of the heel bone it is essential to know the 3D shape of the bone, the various types of fractures and to get skilled in reduction under an image intensifier. In our hospital we have made a comparison of 34 fractures treated with a plate and 94 treated with screws. The evaluation was made by the scores(More)
Authors give historical review of different classifications in the cases of distal radial fractures. They give analysis on advantage and disadvantage of three different classifications, based on 633 cases, according to the practical applicability, to the expected outcome and to the way of treatment. According to the analysis the Older classification gives(More)
In the conservative treatment of distal radial fractures the main problem is redislocation due to instability. We evaluated the three classification methods most often used to find out how well the different groups correspond to instability and severity of fractures-thus what their prognostic value is in the probable recovery time. Based on an analysis of(More)
Although meat consumption plays a significant role for individual and public health, there is only little empirical research on the motives of meat consumption informed by health psychology and hardly any on socio-political commitments concerning general meat production taking on a public health perspective. To fill this gap, a questionnaire study was(More)
Exposure to silica dust was studied in the grinding of castings in a steel foundry that used conventional personal sampling methods and new real-time sampling techniques developed for the identification of high-exposure tasks and tools. Approximately one-third of the personal samples exceeded the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health(More)
Researchers from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) conducted a joint survey with the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) to measure crystalline silica exposures and evaluate the adequacy of the existing control measures for reducing these exposures at a sanitary ware pottery. This survey found that 95% of the personal and(More)
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