Notable findings in pediatrics regarding the treatment of fractures, infection, early-onset scoliosis, and more are presented in the new JBJS Guest Editorial What’s New in
Dr. Matt Schmitz, JBJS Deputy Editor for Social Media, offers this post on a new study that explores whether a greater proportion of pediatric patients
JBJS Deputy Editor for Social Media Dr. Matt Schmitz offers his thoughts on a new study comparing the efficacy of opioid and non-opioid analgesia following
Patients who sustain major trauma are at risk of bone mineral density (BMD) loss, note Hoyt et al. in a new study in JBJS. After
In this post, JBJS Editor-in-Chief Dr. Marc Swiontkowski discusses a new study on time to debridement of open femoral and tibial fractures and infection risk.
A new study in JBJS evaluates intramedullary fixation for femoral nonunion in pediatric patients in low- and middle-income countries. Dr. Matt Schmitz, JBJS Deputy Editor
Vitamin D supplementation, fracture risk, and osteoporosis drug therapies are among several topics explored in recent studies featured in the new JBJS Guest Editorial: What’s
A new multicenter investigation by Assink et al. in JBJS explores the association between radiographic measurements and the risk of conversion to total knee arthroplasty