Augmenting geriatric hip fractures: A discussion on patient selection and implant anchorage
presented by DePuy Synthes
This Vumedi will discuss the clinical considerations for patient selection in augmenting geriatric hip fractures.
Topics will include improvements to implant anchorage in osteoporotic bone when using augmentation and considerations on patient selection such as patient age, osteoporosis indicators, fracture pattern, fracture reduction, and patient lifestyle.
Dr. Graves will be moderating the discussion with Dr. Leslie, Dr. Gardner and Dr. Osgood sharing their clinical experiences with augmentation and recommendations on patient selection.
- Matthew Graves
University of Mississippi Medical Center
- Michael Leslie
Yale University School of Medicine
- Michael Gardner
Stanford University School of Medicine
- Greg Osgood
John Hopkins University
Credits: This lecture qualifies for 0 CME credit hours.
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