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Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Pediatric ankle fractures are common and have unique fracture characteristics because of the presence of distal tibial and fibular physes... These fractures in younger children with substantial growth remaining should be followed closely to monitor for any growth disturbance. Pearls and pitfalls related to the treatment of these fractures would emphasize the physeal-respecting approach to their management.
Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Abstract: Pediatric phalangeal fractures are extremely common, especially among toddlers and older children/adolescents involved in sporting activities... The majority of pediatric and adolescent phalangeal fractures can be treated with immobilization... When diagnosed and treated appropriately, pediatric and adolescent phalangeal fractures typically result in excellent outcomes.
Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Abstract: Pediatric forearm shaft fractures are the third most common fracture in children, and the forearm is the third most mobile joint in the body (with a nearly 180 degree arc of ... evidence and experience-based tips intended to benefit the community orthopedic surgeon caring for children during the course of their on-call duties ...
Muscular and Skeletal Diseases (1), more mentions
Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Abstract: Tibial fractures in children present a wide array of challenges to the managing orthopaedic surgeon. Injuries cover a spectrum from subtle tibial spine fractures to comminuted high-energy shaft fractures requiring free flap coverage. Significant risks range from malunion and leg length discrepancy to infected nonunions and Volkmann ischemic contracture.
Ischemic Contracture (1), more mentions
Journal of pediatric orthopedics
... purpose of this study was to determine the variability among pediatric orthopaedic surgeons when treating pediatric medial epicondyle fractures AbstractText: A discrete choice experiment was conducted to determine which ... patient and injury attributes influence the management of medial epicondyle fractures by pediatric orthopaedic surgeons. A convenience sample of 13 pediatric orthopaedic surgeons reviewed 60 case vignettes of medial epicondyle fractures that included elbow radiographs and patient/injury characteristics ...
Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Supracondylar humeral fractures are the most common type of pediatric elbow fracture. With proper treatment, these injuries usually heal well and the patients return to full function. However, a small percentage of these injuries may result in devastating complications and, thus, provoke anxiety in many surgeons treating them. This article provides tips for successful management of these injuries without complications ...
Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Pediatric femoral shaft fractures present many challenging patient care decisions... Children aged up to 11 years are most commonly treated by flexible intramedullary nailing, whereas older children and adolescents, particularly with length unstable fractures should be treated with more rigid fixation such as lateral entry locked nails or submuscular plating ...
The Journal of pediatrics
Hoverboards pose a significant risk of musculoskeletal injury to pediatric riders. A prospectively enrolled cohort yielded 9 pediatric patients injured while riding hoverboards in 2016. Eight of the injuries involved the upper extremity, and one involved the lower extremity. No riders wore any safety equipment and injury patterns modeled those seen in skateboard riders.
Muscular and Skeletal Diseases (1), more mentions
Journal of orthopaedic trauma
Pearls and Pitfalls in Pediatric Orthopaedic Trauma: The Community Orthopaedic Surgeon Taking Trauma Call..
Rheumatology (Oxford, England)
The multisystemic nature and natural history of joint hypermobility syndrome and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome in children: New research data conflict with widely held views..
Joint Hypermobility (2), Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (2), more mentions
JAMA pediatrics 
... bone health AbstractText: To determine whether there is an increased risk of bone fracture associated with inhaled corticosteroid use in children with asthma AbstractText: In this population-based nested case-control study, we ... corticosteroids, but not inhaled corticosteroids, were significantly associated with increased odds of fracture in the pediatric asthma population.
Asthma (9), more mentions
Journal of pediatric orthopedics
... dose and low-dose tranexamic acid (TXA) dosing regimens in pediatric patients undergoing spinal fusion for correction of idiopathic scoliosis. Previous investigators have established the efficacy of TXA in pediatric scoliosis surgery; however, the dosing regimens vary widely and the optimal ... dose TXA in reducing blood loss and transfusion requirements in pediatric idiopathic scoliosis patients undergoing surgery AbstractText: Level-III, retrospective cohort study ...
Scoliosis (5), more mentions
Pediatric emergency care
Although ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve block has recently been introduced into pediatric emergency departments, knowledge of its use is limited. We present here a case demonstrating the safety and effectiveness of ultrasound-guided popliteal sciatic nerve block for a pediatric spoke injury in a pediatric emergency department setting.
Emergency medicine journal : EMJ
... review was carried out to establish whether strict physical rest following sports related concussion in children is better than normal activity in reducing post-concussional symptoms... It is concluded that children who present with a sport-related concussion should have a brief period of cognitive and physical rest followed by a ...
Clinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine 
AbstractText: Up to one-third of children with concussion have prolonged symptoms lasting beyond 4 weeks... determine which vision or vestibular problems predict prolonged recovery in children AbstractText: A retrospective cohort of pediatric patients with concussion AbstractText: A subspecialty pediatric concussion program AbstractText: Four hundred thirty-two patient records were abstracted ...
Headache (1), more mentions
Brain injury 
... AR) program (aerobic exercise, coordination drills, visualization and education) for children and adolescents who are slow to recover from concussion... program, between three and four weeks post-injury at a Concussion Clinic in a tertiary care paediatric teaching hospital AbstractText: Post-concussion symptom scale (PCSS) from Sport Concussion Assessment Tool-3 (SCAT 3) AbstractText: Children and adolescents participating in an active rehabilitation program displayed improved ...
Post-Concussion Syndrome (6), Brain Concussion (1), Traumatic Brain Injuries (1), more mentions
Journal of pediatric orthopedics
AbstractText: Formal radiographs are frequently obtained after reduction of closed pediatric wrist and forearm fracture performed under mini C-arm fluoroscopy... formal postreduction radiographs do not affect the rereduction rate of pediatric wrist and forearm fractures... Pediatric patients with isolated, closed wrist or forearm fractures do not routinely need formal radiographs after reduction under mini ...
Journal of pediatric orthopedics
AbstractText: Long arm cast immobilization after operative and nonoperative treatment of pediatric upper extremity fractures is common... Eligible subjects included patients 0 to 18 years old, evaluated at an urban, tertiary care pediatric emergency department (ED), who sustained an upper extremity fracture that required placement of a long-arm cast ...
Men's Health (1), more mentions
Developmental medicine and child neurology
Gait performance measures for children with neuromotor disorders in inpatient rehabilitation..
Pediatrics
Bone age continues to be a valuable tool in assessing children's health ... In addition, new nonclinical bone age applications are evolving, particularly pertaining to immigration and children's rights to asylum ... Researchers suggest there is evidence that indicates the bone ages obtained from current methods are less generalizable to children of other ethnicities, particularly children with African and certain Asian ...
Childhood Diseases (1), more mentions
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