In severe musculoskeletal trauma, studies suggest that patients may have better long-term outcomes when interventions in the early recovery period support psychosocial health needs. A
A new JBJS study reviews costs associated with nonoperative management of osteoarthritis in the 1-year period leading up to total knee arthroplasty (TKA). JBJS Deputy
The findings of a new animal study suggest that bisphosphonate treatment in donors may indeed be relevant when mineralized allografts are used in orthopaedic procedures.
OrthoBuzz readers who’d like to learn more about the Major Extremity Trauma and Rehabilitation Consortium (METRC) are encouraged to check out the recent episode of
In the current issue of JBJS, Goh et al. report on the association between glucose variability and postoperative complications following aseptic revision total joint arthroplasty