Knee injuries are common and of emergency appartment acute injury admissions, the knee is the joint most often affected. This talk focuses on the injuries most often experienced by professional sportsmen. It provides an interesting environment from which to learn about injuries we are all likely to see if we work in A+E. The talk covers knee anatomy, common signs and symptoms of knee injuries, how to examine the knee and general management of the injuries.
over 9 years ago
Review of orthopaedic services: Prepared for the Auditor General for Scotland. March 2010. Website http://www.audit-scotland.gov.uk/media/article.php?id=128 "In recent years, the National Health Service (NHS) in Scotland has significantly reduced the length of time people are waiting to receive orthopaedic procedures such as hip replacements and knee operations. Over 95% of patients are now treated within 26 weeks of referral, compared to only 66% in 2003. But there is scope to make savings by working more efficiently. An Audit Scotland report, Review of orthopaedic services, says there is high demand for these services. Orthopaedic care is particularly important for older people, who have the highest rates of fractures and joint replacement."
over 10 years ago