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Title Osteoporotic fracture care : medical and surgical management / editors, Michael Blauth, Stephen L. Kates, Joseph A. Nicholas
Published Davos Platz, Switzerland : AO Foundation, [2018]
Stuttgart, Germany ; New York : Theime, [2018]


Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents Osteoporotic Fracture Care: Medical and Surgical Management; Title Page; Copyright; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contributors; Abbreviations; Online AO Educational Content; Table of Contents; Section 1-Principles; 1.1 Principles of orthogeriatric medical care; 1.2 Principles of orthogeriatric surgical care; 1.3 Principles of orthogeriatric anesthesia; 1.4 Preoperative risk assessment and preparation; 1.5 Prognosis and goals of care; 1.6 Anticoagulation in the perioperative setting; 1.7 Postoperative medical management; 1.8 Postoperative surgical management; 1.9 Postacute care
1.10 Osteoporosis1.11 Sarcopenia, malnutrition, frailty, and falls; 1.12 Pain management; 1.13 Polypharmacy; 1.14 Delirium; Section 2-Improving the system of care; 2.1 Models of orthogeriatric care; 2.2 Overcoming barriers to implementation of a care model; 2.3 Clinical practice guidelines; 2.4 Elements of an orthogeriatric comanaged program; 2.5 Adapting facilities to fragility fracture patients; 2.6 Orthogeriatric team-principles, roles, and responsibilities; 2.7 Protocol and order set development; 2.8 Fracture liaison service and improving treatment rates for osteoporosis
2.9 Use of registry data to improve care2.10 Lean business principles; Section 3-Fracture management; 3.1 Proximal humerus; 3.2 Humeral shaft; 3.3 Distal humerus; 3.4 Elbow; 3.5 Olecranon; 3.6 Distal forearm; 3.7 Pelvic ring; 3.8 Acetabulum; 3.9 Femoral neck; 3.10 Trochanteric and subtrochanteric femur; 3.11 Femoral shaft; 3.12 Distal femur; 3.13 Periprosthetic fractures around the hip; 3.14 Periprosthetic fractures around the knee; 3.15 Proximal tibia; 3.16 Tibial shaft; 3.17 Ankle; 3.18 Atypical fractures; 3.19 Chest trauma; 3.20 Polytrauma; Index
Summary With an increase in the longevity of the global population, care of the functional, cognitive, and physical health of older adults is essential. The dramatic demographic shift toward a growing aging population and an increase in osteoporotic fractures that has occurred over the last few decades especially in Western countries, has clearly shown the need for a comprehensive approach to treating fragility fractures by surgeons, geriatricians, and care staff. Osteoporotic Fracture Care: Medical and Surgical Management is the first book of its kind to offer a well-rounded and comprehensive resourc
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed on May 30, 2019)
Subject Osteoporosis.
Fractures -- Care
Fractures, Spontaneous.
Osteoporosis -- complications
Fractures, Spontaneous
MEDICAL -- Surgery -- General.
Fractures, Spontaneous
Form Electronic book
Author Blauth, Michael, editor
Kates, Stephen L., editor
Nicholas, Joseph A., editor
ISBN 9783132427525