Trochanteric fractures often occur in older patients, including those with osteoporosis, and are associated with high rates of mortality and morbidity. Investigators previously conducted a
A new study in JBJS examines noise levels during cast removal. In this post, JBJS Editor-in-Chief Dr. Marc Swiontkowski reflects on the importance of research
In a recent report in JBJS, Holler et al. investigated risk factors for delayed management of open tibial fractures in Tanzania. As the authors note,
Approximately 18% of JBJS scientific studies published in 2020 were Level I or II investigations. The number of high-level studies has continued to grow slowly year over year.
Orthopaedic colleagues who live and practice in low-resource areas around the world have clearly voiced that they want support from better-resourced partners. But such efforts