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Hear the authors discuss AO Principles of Fracture Management.
Volume 1 focuses on the basic knowledge and the principles of fracture management, covering biomechanics, tools for preoperative planning, soft-tissue management, different methods of reduction and fixation, and implants. This volume also addresses new issues pertaining to internal/external fixation, damage-control surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and biotechnology.
Volume 2 presents the management of specific fractures in different anatomic areas. A separate chapter is devoted to each area to discuss the assessment of injuries, surgical anatomy, preoperative planning, surgical treatment, and postoperative care. The authors also highlight common pitfalls and complications.
There are now more than 2,000 high-quality illustrations that vividly demonstrate key concepts of management. The accompanying DVD provides the entire text from the books and instructional AO teaching videos that demonstrate techniques and reinforce important teaching points. Electronic bookmarks and keyword search functions simplify navigation of the DVD. Links to abstracts and references on the Internet enable the user to fully utilize the wealth of information provided in this multimedia resource.
AO Principles of Fracture Management is an essential resource for orthopaedists, trauma surgeons,
and residents in these specialties.
Volume 1: 1 AO philosophy and basic principles 1.1 AO philosophy and evolution 1.2 Biology and biomechanics in bone healing 1.3 Implants and materials in fracture fixation 1.4 Introduction to biotechnology 1.5 Fracture classification 1.6 Soft-tissue injury: pathophysiology, evaluation, and classification 2 Decision making and planning 2.1 The patient and the injury: decision making in trauma surgery 2.2 Diaphyseal fractures: principles 2.3 Articular fractures: principles 2.4 Preoperative planning 3 Reduction, approaches, and fixation techniques 3.1 Reduction and approaches 3.2 Techniques of absolute stability 3.3 Techniques of relative stability 4 General topics 4.1 Polytrauma: pathophysiology, priorities, and management 4.2 Open fractures 4.3 Soft-tissue loss: principles of management 4.4 Pediatric fractures 4.5 Antibiotic prophylaxis 4.6 Thromboembolic prophylaxis 4.7 Postoperative management: general considerations 4.8 Osteoporosis 5 Complications 5.1 Malunion 5.2 Aseptic nonunion 5.3 Acute infection 5.4 Chronic infection and infected nonunion Volume 2: 6. Specific fractures 6.1 Scapula and clavicle 6.2 Humerus 6.3 Forearm and hand 6.4 Pelvic ring 6.5 Acetabulum 6.6 Femur 6.7 Patella 6.8 Tibia 6.9 Malleoli 6.10 Foot 6.11 Spine
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