Showing 1 - 5 of 5 reports matching: 15th European Congress of Trauma & Emergency Surgery
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Synopsis: 50 patients suffering from a proximal humerus fracture of the shoulder were randomized to evaluate the efficacy of interscalene block anaesthesia (ISBA) against general anaesthesia (GA). Treatments were evaluated based on VAS pain, time needed to prepare anaesthesia, duration of operation, hemodynamic and respiratory stability, loss of blood during operation, use of analgesics postoperatively, and patient satisfaction. The evidence presented Read More »
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Synopsis: 242 medical students attending a compulsory dissection cadaver course were randomized to receive training from either 5th year medical students, board-certified Orthopaedic Trauma surgeons, or no training. This study aimed to evaluate the influence of learning styles and gender characteristics. Results indicated higher Read More »
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Synopsis: 120 patients, between the ages of 18 and 65, with dislocated midshaft clavicle fractures, were randomly assigned into 1 of 2 groups to compare the effect intramedually nail fixation or plate fixation had on disability and complications. The short term results of the study indicated that patients in the plate fixation group experienced significantly better Constant-Murley score at 6 week follow up. No significant difference Read More »
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Synopsis: An unspecified number of trauma patients were randomized to undergo either an intensive or usual physical therapy regimen. The purpose of this study was to compare these two rehabilitation approaches with respect to short-term physical function, patient satisfaction and length of stay. Upon completion of Read More »
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Synopsis: 118 second and third year medical students were administered 1 of 3 different methods of training to teach complex practical skills, in order to evaluate the efficacy of team-based-learning (TBL) against more established techniques of peer-teaching (PT), and doctor teaching. Participants were evaluated using a 9 item multiple-choice questionnaire (MCQ) and a 1-station objective structured clinical examination (OSCE). The evidence presented Read More »
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