AO Principles of Fracture Management

Inhaltsverzeichnis


Volume 1 Principles
- AO philosophy and basic principles
- 1.1 AO philosophy and evolution
- 1.2 Biology and biomechanics in bone healing
- 1.3 Implants and biotechnology
- 1.4 Fracture classification
- 1.5 Soft-tissue injury: pathophysiology, evaluation, and classification

- Decision making and planning
- 2.1 The patient and the injury: decision making in trauma surgery
- 2.2 Diaphyseal fractures: principles
- 2.3 Articular fractures: principles
- 2.4 Preoperative planning

- Reduction, approaches, and fixation techniques
- Reduction and approaches
- 3.1.1 Surgical reduction
- 3.1.2 Approaches and intraoperative handling of soft tissues
- 3.1.3 Minimally invasive osteosynthesis

- Techniques of absolute stability
- 3.2.1 Screws
- 3.2.2 Plates
- 3.2.3 Tension band principle

- Techniques of relative stability
- 3.3.1 Intramedullary nailing
- 3.3.2 Bridge plating
- 3.3.3 External fixator
- 3.3.4 Locking plates

- General topics
- 4.1 Polytrauma: pathophysiology, priorities, and management
- 4.2 Open fractures
- 4.3 Soft-tissue loss: principles of management
- 4.4 Pediatric fractures
- 4.5 Antibiotic prophylaxis
- 4.6 Thromboembolic prophylaxis
- 4.7 Postoperative management: general considerations
- 4.8 Fragility fractures and orthogeriatric care
- 4.9 Imaging and radiation hazards

- Complications
- 5.1 Malunion
- 5.2 Aseptic nonunion
- 5.3 Acute infection
- 5.4 Chronic infection and infected nonunion

Volume 2 Specific fractures
- Scapula and clavicle
- 6.1.1 Scapula
- 6.1.2 Clavicle

- Humerus
- 6.2.1 Humerus, proximal
- 6.2.2 Humerus, shaft
- 6.2.3 Humerus, distal

- Forearm and hand
- 6.3.1 Proximal forearm and complex elbow injuries
- 6.3.2 Forearm, shaft
- 6.3.3 Distal radius and wrist
- 6.3.4 Hand

- Pelvis and acetabelum
- 6.4 Pelvic ring
- 6.5 Acetabulum

- Femur and periprosthetic fractures
- 6.6.1 Femur, proximal
- 6.6.2 Femur, shaft (including subtrochanteric fractures)
- 6.6.3 Femur, distal
- 6.6.4 Periprosthetic fractures

- Knee
- 6.7.1 Patella
- 6.7.2 Knee dislocations

- Tibia
- 6.8.1 Tibia, proximal
- 6.8.2 Tibia, shaft
- 6.8.3 Tibia, distal intraarticular (pilon)

- Malleoli and foot
- 6.9 Malleoli
- 6.10.1 Hindfoot calcaneus and talus
- 6.10.2 Midfoot and forefoot
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Erscheinungsdatum

13.12.2017

Verlag

Thieme

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1058

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8/22/29,7 cm

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Details

Einband

Set mit diversen Artikeln

Erscheinungsdatum

13.12.2017

Verlag

Thieme

Seitenzahl

1058

Maße (L/B/H)

8/22/29,7 cm

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4264 g

Auflage

3. Auflage

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-3-13-244473-7

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  • AO Principles of Fracture Management

  • Volume 1 Principles
    - AO philosophy and basic principles
    - 1.1 AO philosophy and evolution
    - 1.2 Biology and biomechanics in bone healing
    - 1.3 Implants and biotechnology
    - 1.4 Fracture classification
    - 1.5 Soft-tissue injury: pathophysiology, evaluation, and classification

    - Decision making and planning
    - 2.1 The patient and the injury: decision making in trauma surgery
    - 2.2 Diaphyseal fractures: principles
    - 2.3 Articular fractures: principles
    - 2.4 Preoperative planning

    - Reduction, approaches, and fixation techniques
    - Reduction and approaches
    - 3.1.1 Surgical reduction
    - 3.1.2 Approaches and intraoperative handling of soft tissues
    - 3.1.3 Minimally invasive osteosynthesis

    - Techniques of absolute stability
    - 3.2.1 Screws
    - 3.2.2 Plates
    - 3.2.3 Tension band principle

    - Techniques of relative stability
    - 3.3.1 Intramedullary nailing
    - 3.3.2 Bridge plating
    - 3.3.3 External fixator
    - 3.3.4 Locking plates

    - General topics
    - 4.1 Polytrauma: pathophysiology, priorities, and management
    - 4.2 Open fractures
    - 4.3 Soft-tissue loss: principles of management
    - 4.4 Pediatric fractures
    - 4.5 Antibiotic prophylaxis
    - 4.6 Thromboembolic prophylaxis
    - 4.7 Postoperative management: general considerations
    - 4.8 Fragility fractures and orthogeriatric care
    - 4.9 Imaging and radiation hazards

    - Complications
    - 5.1 Malunion
    - 5.2 Aseptic nonunion
    - 5.3 Acute infection
    - 5.4 Chronic infection and infected nonunion

    Volume 2 Specific fractures
    - Scapula and clavicle
    - 6.1.1 Scapula
    - 6.1.2 Clavicle

    - Humerus
    - 6.2.1 Humerus, proximal
    - 6.2.2 Humerus, shaft
    - 6.2.3 Humerus, distal

    - Forearm and hand
    - 6.3.1 Proximal forearm and complex elbow injuries
    - 6.3.2 Forearm, shaft
    - 6.3.3 Distal radius and wrist
    - 6.3.4 Hand

    - Pelvis and acetabelum
    - 6.4 Pelvic ring
    - 6.5 Acetabulum

    - Femur and periprosthetic fractures
    - 6.6.1 Femur, proximal
    - 6.6.2 Femur, shaft (including subtrochanteric fractures)
    - 6.6.3 Femur, distal
    - 6.6.4 Periprosthetic fractures

    - Knee
    - 6.7.1 Patella
    - 6.7.2 Knee dislocations

    - Tibia
    - 6.8.1 Tibia, proximal
    - 6.8.2 Tibia, shaft
    - 6.8.3 Tibia, distal intraarticular (pilon)

    - Malleoli and foot
    - 6.9 Malleoli
    - 6.10.1 Hindfoot calcaneus and talus
    - 6.10.2 Midfoot and forefoot