4 edition of Hip Fracture: Setting Priorities for Effectiveness Research (Institute of Medicine : Report of a Study) found in the catalog.
January 1, 1990
by National Academies Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||72|
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Injuries are a major cause of mortality and morbidity which together result in avoidable societal costs. Due to limited resources, injury prevention interventions need to demonstrate cost-effectiveness to justify their implementation. However, the existing knowledge in this area is limited. Consequently, a systematic review is needed to support decision-making and to assist in the targeting . The strategies that shape quality of care research (1 September, ) Vahé A Setting priorities for patient safety (1 September, ) W B Quality improvement for patients with hip fracture: experience from a multi-site audit (1 September, ).
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Effectiveness research on hip fracture treatment alternatives should be aimed at developing scientifically based indications to determine which patients should have open or closed reduction with internal fixation, prosthetic replacement of the femoral head, or primary total hip replace- ment.
Suggested Citation:"FRONT MATTER."Institute of Medicine. Hip Fracture: Setting Priorities for Effectiveness gton, DC: The National Academies. Institute of Medicine (US) Division of Health Care Services; Heithoff KA, Lohr K, editors. Hip Fracture: Setting Priorities for Effectiveness Research.
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Hip Fracture: Setting Priorities for Effectiveness Research. Get this from a library. Hip fracture: setting priorities for effectiveness research: report of a study by a committee of the Institute of Medicine, Division of Health Care Services.
[Kim A Heithoff; Kathleen N Lohr; Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Hip Fracture Research Workshop Committee.;]. PICO question Each research recommendation should be formulated as an answerable question or a set of closely related questions.
This should use the PICO framework (patient, intervention, comparison and outcome): In patients with a continuing suspicion of a hip fracture but whose radiographs are normal, what is the clinical and cost effectiveness of computed tomography compared to magnetic.
To explore what patients consider important when evaluating their recovery from hip fracture and to consider how these priorities could be used in the evaluation of the quality of hip fracture.
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Hip Fracture Setting Priorities for Effectiveness. Hip Fracture Outcomes in People Age 50 and Over (), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files at Princeton) Filed under: Hip joint -- Fractures -- Research Hip Fracture: Setting Priorities for Effectiveness Research, ed.
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Author(s). Hip fracture is a common disorder that results in death or significant loss of function for more thanAmericans annually.
Furthermore, the number of hip fractures occurring annually in. Hip Fracture. Setting Priorities for Effectiveness Research – Kim A. Heithoff and Kathleen N. Lohr. Open fractures. Hip Fracture: Setting Priorities for Effectiveness Research (Institute of Medicine: Report of a Study) by Institute of Medicine, Division of Health Care Services Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books, books to read, good books to read, cheap books, good books, online books, books online, book reviews epub, read books online, books to read online.
The standards are around domains of fracture site (hip, non-hip inpatient, outpatient and vertebral fracture), depth of service scope (identification, investigation, initiation and monitoring) and organisational elements.
Although an FLS is the recommended model to reliably close the secondary prevention care gap, there remains significant Cited by: The New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases in planned and initiated a similar geriatric hip fracture programme with an interdisciplinary research group comprising orthopaedic surgeons, geriatricians, physiotherapists, nursing staff, nutritionalists, social workers and by: 3.
Introduction. Each year about 2 million people sustain a hip fracture; a global figure that may exceed 6 million bywith the greatest increases anticipated in Asia and Latin ity in the first few weeks after the fracture is of the order of 10%, and less than half of survivors regain their previous level of outcome of hip fracture is often determined by Cited by: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.
Full title: Hip replacement [electronic resource]: approaches, complications and effectiveness / T. Aoi and A. Toshida, editors. The recovery of people following a hip fracture is often complex and involves a variety of factors such as physical, psychological and social components , indeed, it is suggested that only 40–60% of people who sustain a hip fracture recover their pre-fracture level of mobility and ability to perform activities of daily living .Hip fractures are the third most common cause of admission Cited by: Oxford Trauma is situated at the Kadoorie Critical Care Research Centre located at the John Radcliffe Hospital.
Falls, Hip Fractures and Clinical Trials In this talk, Professor Matthew Costa explores the consequences of hip fracture in older patients, their priorities for recovery from this devastating injury, and the patients' role in shaping.
OBJECTIVES: to evaluate orthogeriatric and nurse-led fracture liaison service (FLS) models of post-hip fracture care in terms of impact on mortality (30 days and 1 year) and second hip fracture (2 years). SETTING: Hospital Episode Statistics database linked to Office for National Statistics mortality records for 11 acute hospitals in a region of by:.
The experiences of physiotherapists treating people with dementia who fracture their hip AJ Hall1*, R Watkins1, IA Lang1, R Endacott2 and VA Goodwin1 Abstract Background: It is estimated that people with dementia are approximately three times more likely to fracture Cited by: Objective 1: improve hip fracture care.
Improved outcomes and reductions in variability in time to surgery, hospital length of stay and better secondary prevention may be secured via commissioning to meet six key standards based on the rationale set out in The Care of Patients with Fragility Fracture (The Blue Book) .
11 Progress towards compliance can be monitored over time Cited by: Hip fracture outcome is especially poor for people who sustain this injury while they are an inpatient. Pre-existing medical and mental health problems often prove challenging for orthopaedic teams.
In total, % (2,) of patients who sustained a hip fracture in were hospital inpatients at the time of their injury.