Evaluating institutional differences of clinical practice in management of compartment syndrome at academic and community based trauma centers.
Analysis of OTA active membership practice regarding their institutional clinical practice in management of compartment syndrome. Of interest is institutional practices involving
Ankle fractures are common injuries that contribute significantly to the cost of orthopaedic trauma care across the United States. This is a survey of orthopaedic trauma surgeons
The use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in patients who have recently suffered an injury resulting in a fracture is likely heterogenous amongst surgeons. Audience:
The aim of the present study is to determine how the presence and management of urethral injuries in patients with concomitant pelvic fractures due to blunt trauma influences orthopaedic decision-making and management.