“Key Procedures” Videos Debut on JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques

On Wednesday, October 14, JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques launched “Key Procedures.” These new, all-video articles feature detailed demonstrations of how to perform core orthopaedic procedures.

At an average 10-15 minutes in length, “Key Procedures” videos are succinct, to-the-point resources to help orthopaedists prepare for surgery. Whether you want to review instruments or implants you may need, learn updated techniques for core procedures, or just get a quick refresher on a procedure you haven’t done recently, these videos are available online anytime you need them. Their standardized format makes for easy viewing and navigating.

All “Key Procedures” videos are based on clinical studies that have been previously published or accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, and they are therefore supported by verified outcomes. Orthopaedists can expect the same high quality, peer-reviewed content from “Key Procedures” videos that they’ve come to expect from JBJS for the last 126 years.

Released on the second Wednesday of each month, ”Key Procedures” videos provide step-by-step demonstrations of orthopaedic interventions such as meniscal repair, forearm fracture reduction, direct anterior total hip arthroplasty, lumbar microdiscectomy, and fasciotomy for compartment syndrome.

JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques is offering free access to “Key Procedures” videos for the first 6 months. Starting in March 2016, these videos can be viewed only by JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques subscribers.

Click here to learn more about “Key Procedures.”

Click here to view the inaugural “Key Procedures” video – Mensical Root Repairs.

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