Neck manipulation can be a “pain in the neck”
Prevention of venous thromboembolism in the older in-patient
Patient and system specific variables and mortality post hip fracture
Improving mortality for cervical spine fracture
Osteoporosis: management in primary care
Direct medical costs from fragility fractures to the UK healthcare economy were estimated at £1.8 billion in 2000, with the potential to increase to £2.2 billion by 2025. It is therefore important for primary care clinicians to be aware of osteoporosis and the importance of prevention of fragility fractures.
Under reporting of bone cement implantation syndrome
A case of recurrent Rhabdomyolysis
National hip fracture database and best practice tariffs
Falls: more than just mechanical
Serving an ageing population is one of the biggest challenges faced by the NHS. Falls are a common presentation in this cohort where the cause is often multi-factorial and reversible. We as clinicians need to dig deeper in our histories, observe more closely in our examinations and broaden our differentials to ensure we don’t slip up.
Rank ligand inhibitor in the management of bone protection