Interdisciplinary care of hip fractures.: Orthogeriatric models, alternative models, interdisciplinary teamwork
Publication date: April 2019Source: Best Practice &Research Clinical Rheumatology, Volume 33, Issue 2Author(s): Anette Hylen Ranhoff, Ingvild Saltvedt, Frede Frihagen, Johan Raeder, Sameer Maini, Olav SletvoldAbstractHip fractures are common among older people, and the prognosis is serious in terms of mobility, independence in daily life activities, and cognition, with 42% of patients never achieving the same function as before the fracture. Norway has the highest incidence of hip fractures, and the important tasks are to improve patient care and prevent new fractures.The aim was to develop Norwegian Guidelines for Interdisciplinary Care for Hip Fractures, which included models of care, organization, and clinical issues. These guidelines were based on review of the literature, including existing guidelines such as the NICE guidelines, as well as clinical experience of the members of the group, where consensus was reached after discussions. The guidelines focus on interdisciplinary patient management through a clinical pathway from admission to discharge. Here, we will present a shortened and internationally adapted version of these guidelines, which has newly been released.
Date: Thursday, 04 30, 2020; Speaker: Staff NIH Library; This class is presented as a webinar only; Videocast Event
Date: Monday, 03 30, 2020; Speaker: R. Burke Squires, Mr., NIAID / OCICB / BCBB; Webinar Only; Videocast Event
Date: Thursday, 04 02, 2020; Speaker: Staff NIH Library; This class is presented as a webinar only. ; Videocast Event
Date: Thursday, 04 09, 2020; Speaker: Zeynup Gumus, Assistant Professor, Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; https://cbiit.webex.com/mw3300/mywebex/default.do?
Date: Wednesday, 04 22, 2020; Speaker: Staff NIH Library; This class is presented as a webinar only. ; Videocast Event
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Publication date: May 2020Source: Molecular Immunology, Volume 121Author(s): Lingmin Huang, Ruiheng Luo, Jing Li, Dan Wang, Yening Zhang, Liping Liu, Ningjie Zhang, Xueming Xu, Ben Lu, Kai Zhao
Publication date: Available online 1 April 2020Source: Autoimmunity ReviewsAuthor(s): Klaus Wirth, Carmen Scheibenbogen
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