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  • Suture Button Fixation Essay

    Suture-button fixation for tibiofibular syndesmosis injuries is a relatively new surgical technique thought to provide semirigid dynamic stabilization. However, adequate information is still not available and there are controversies as to whether it provides enough fixation for syndesmosis injuries. Optimally directed suture-button fixation brings physiologic dynamic stabilization of the ankle syndesmosis. Controlled laboratory study. Stabilization of the ankle syndesmosis fixed by a…

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  • What Are The Effects Of Divorce On A Child

    When shared custody occurs, the child must shuffle back and forth from the mother’s to the father’s house. When a child has two homes, this makes it hard for them to identify where their real home is. Each house does not have the same stability as one does with both parents living together. When a child needs to continuously keep moving between both parents, this makes it hard to keep an equal relationship with both parents. Shared custody removes the consistency in a child’s…

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  • Wrist Joint Case Study

    composed of many small bones and joints. In the anatomy of the human hand, a total of 13 bones form part of the wrist- eight carpal bones- scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate; and five metacarpal bones which are joined along with two long bones of the forearm- the radius and the ulna (Platzer 2004). This complex system of articulations works in unison to provide a global range of motion for the wrist joint. Motion at the wrist joint occurs between…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Personal Experiences In Nursing Practice

    Wednesday 29th April 2014, I was assigned to the same four patients I had the day prior. One of my patients was admitted for sepsis of the R) knee following a total knee joint replacement two months prior. He was a 67 year old Maori gentleman, MRSA positive with a history of gout, hypertension, GORD, bilateral total hip joint replacements and R) sided weakness following a MVA in 2011. During handover, it was stated to us that this patient was due to have his IVABs at both 1300 and 1400. When…

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  • Glenohumeral Joint Lab Report

    Introduction Glenouhumeral Joint The glenohumeral (GH) joint, which is also known as shoulder joint, is a multiaxial ball-and-socket synovial joint. This joint is responsible for connecting the upper extremity of the trunk. The glenohumeral joint is one of the four joints that comprise the shoulder complex. The joint is considered to be the most mobile and least stable joint. The articular surfaces of the glenohumeral joint are the head of humerus and glenoid fossa of scapula. The humeral…

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  • Tragic Transformation In Macbeth

    In the fifth scene of act one, she is reading a letter from Macbeth that describes his encounter with the witches. After she reads the letter she becomes excited and wants to aid her husband in anyway she can. She fears that he won’t be able to complete the task without her help. “Yet do I fear thy nature; It is too full o’ th’ milk of human kindness to catch the nearest way.”(1.5.16) Lady Macbeth is willing to do anything to help her husband become king. She is willing to take control to ensure…

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  • Cryotherapy After Tka Essay

    Cryotherapy after a TKA Throughout the years we put a lot of stress on our body’s joints. As we age we may find certain joints start causing us a lot of pain and problems due to wear and tear on the body. The knee joint is one of those joints that tolerates a lot of wear and tear throughout the years due to holding a lot of body weight and the motions it performs on an everyday bases. As we start aging people start developing pain in the knee which can be caused be osteoarthritis or other issues…

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  • Septic Arthritis Research Paper

    as a painful infection that is present in a joint capsule in the human body. Synovial fluid, a lubricating substance found inside a joint capsule, is sterile in an uninfected joint. When a joint becomes infected, this synovial fluid is taken over by microorganisms that set up the infection. It is an uncommon infection, but it involves immediate treatment if detected due to its ability to permanently damage the joint. Septic arthritis can appear in a joint in many different forms. Most commonly,…

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  • Achilles Rupture In The Human Body

    Achilles tendon rupture is known as the strongest and longest tendon in the human body. Achilles tendon rupture is defined as a rope like tendon of a fibrous tissue in the back of the ankle that connects the calf muscles to the heel bone. When it is torn it usually happens two inches above the heel bone. The common symptoms of a rupture are swelling, stiffness, bruising. In addition, there are serve symptoms as too hearing a pop or snap in the Achilles. Serve pain in the back of the leg; it…

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  • Osteoarthritis Research Papers

    Osteoarthritis [OA] is a chronic degenerative joint disease and a leading cause of adult disability. It is characterized by damage of the articular cartilage and Synovitis.(1) The prevalence of OA is 18% and 10% in females and males respectively.(2) It is expected that, 20 % of adults in Western Europe and North America will have OA by 2030.(3) OA risk factors of OA depend on hormonal status, gender, genetics and abnormal biomechanical loading on joints - obesity, and joint injury.(4) An…

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