Distal radius fracture management in elderly patients a literature review

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Introduction. Distal radius fractures are among the most common fractures encountered in clinical practice, with increasing incidence in many parts of the world including the United States 1 and Scandinavia blogger.com a result, this fracture presents a substantial cost to a country's healthcare sector blogger.comgh multiple epidemiological studies have been done in Western populations, there is a lack Cited by: 22/09/ · Distal radius fractures have a high incidence among the aging population and may potentially result in poor functional outcome and impairment. 1,2 The incidence of distal radius fractures increases in women aged 65 and older due to the greater risk of osteoporosis. 3 Postmenopausal women are likely to develop bone-related problems due to decrease in estrogen production, which has been Cited by: Background In elderly patients, distal radius fractures frequently occur in osteoporotic bone and may be nonreconstructable. It is our hypothesis that a hemiarthroplasty replacment of the articular surface can provide satisfactory results in terms of range of motion, pain, and function for immediate salvage of a fracture that is not amenable to internal blogger.com by:

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28/03/ · Chen Y, Chen X, Li Z, Yan H, Zhou F, Gao W. Safety and Efficacy of Operative Versus Nonsurgical Management of Distal Radius Fractures in Elderly Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. The Journal of hand surgery. ;41(3)– Epub /01/ pmid View Article PubMed/NCBICited by: 5. Distal radius fractures are common in elderly patients, and the incidence continues to increase as the population ages. The goal of treatment is to provide a painless extremity with good function. In surgical decision making, special attention should be given to the patient's Cited by: Background In elderly patients, distal radius fractures frequently occur in osteoporotic bone and may be nonreconstructable. It is our hypothesis that a hemiarthroplasty replacment of the articular surface can provide satisfactory results in terms of range of motion, pain, and function for immediate salvage of a fracture that is not amenable to internal blogger.com by:

Ankle fractures in the elderly: risks and management challenges
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Ankle fractures are the third most common osseous injury in the elderly, behind hip and distal radius fractures. While there is a rich history of clinical advancement in the timing, technique, perioperative management, and associated risks of hip fractures, similar evaluations are only more recently being undertaken for ankle blogger.com by: 4. Introduction. Distal radius fractures are among the most common fractures encountered in clinical practice, with increasing incidence in many parts of the world including the United States 1 and Scandinavia blogger.com a result, this fracture presents a substantial cost to a country's healthcare sector blogger.comgh multiple epidemiological studies have been done in Western populations, there is a lack Cited by: 22/09/ · Distal radius fractures have a high incidence among the aging population and may potentially result in poor functional outcome and impairment. 1,2 The incidence of distal radius fractures increases in women aged 65 and older due to the greater risk of osteoporosis. 3 Postmenopausal women are likely to develop bone-related problems due to decrease in estrogen production, which has been Cited by:

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Distal radius fractures are common in elderly patients, and the incidence continues to increase as the population ages. The goal of treatment is to provide a painless extremity with good function. In surgical decision making, special attention should be given to the patient's Cited by: Ankle fractures are the third most common osseous injury in the elderly, behind hip and distal radius fractures. While there is a rich history of clinical advancement in the timing, technique, perioperative management, and associated risks of hip fractures, similar evaluations are only more recently being undertaken for ankle blogger.com by: 4. Background In elderly patients, distal radius fractures frequently occur in osteoporotic bone and may be nonreconstructable. It is our hypothesis that a hemiarthroplasty replacment of the articular surface can provide satisfactory results in terms of range of motion, pain, and function for immediate salvage of a fracture that is not amenable to internal blogger.com by:

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Management of Distal Radius Fractures in the Elderly. Patients. D’Arienzo M*, Conti A and D’Arienzo A. Università degli Studi Di Palermo, Clinica Ortopedica e Traumatologica, Italy *Corresponding author: D’Arienzo M, Università. degli Studi Di Palermo, Clinica Ortopedica e Traumatologica, Italy. Received: April 04, ; Accepted. Distal radius fractures are common in elderly patients, and the incidence continues to increase as the population ages. The goal of treatment is to provide a painless extremity with good function. In surgical decision making, special attention should be given to the patient's Cited by: Introduction. Distal radius fractures are among the most common fractures encountered in clinical practice, with increasing incidence in many parts of the world including the United States 1 and Scandinavia blogger.com a result, this fracture presents a substantial cost to a country's healthcare sector blogger.comgh multiple epidemiological studies have been done in Western populations, there is a lack Cited by: