Orthopaedic Surgery/Postoperative Problems

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Orthopaedic Surgery

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1.Basic Sciences · 2.Upper Limb · 3.Foot and Ankle · 4.Spine · 5.Hand and Microsurgery · 6.Paediatric Orthopaedics · 7.Adult Reconstruction · 8.Sports Medicine · 9.Musculoskeletal Tumours · 10.Injury · 11.Surgical Procedures · 12.Rehabilitation · 13.Practice
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Postoperative Problems
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Post operative management for many orthopedic procedures can be formulated and codified to a large extent. The use of clinical pathways for total knee, total hip , and hip fractures is considered to shorten hospital stay and decrease errors of omission and clarity stemming from the post operative orders.

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