Diagnostic arthroscopy of knee
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BackgroundEthical concerns for surgical training on patients, limited working hours with fewer cases per trainee and the… Expand Without thromboprophylaxis, knee arthroscopy (KA) carries a low to moderate risk of venous thromboembolism. Over 5 million… Expand OBJECTIVE
There is no evidence that a knee arthroscopy is more beneficial to middle-aged patients with meniscal symptoms compared… Expand Purpose. To investigate consultant surgeons' knowledge about the costs of implants for various joint surgeries. Methods… Expand Objective To compare analgesic and mobility effects of different ropivacaine concentrations in femoral–sciatic nerve block, for… Expand INTRODUCTION
In current times, knee arthroscopy is the most common orthopaedic procedure. Over the years, the preferential method… Expand PurposeDuring arthroscopies, bleeding episodes occur as a result of tissue damage. Irrigation systems assist in minimizing these… Expand INTRODUCTION
This is an audit of patient understanding following their consent for orthopaedic procedures and uses information on… Expand BACKGROUND
The invasiveness of laparoscopic cholecystectomy was further minimized by reducing the number of incisions with the… Expand Background: We earlier showed that training in the Procedicus KSA Simulator improves the performance of tasks done later in the… Expand