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The fourth edition of Essential Orthopaedics is a thoroughly revised, step by step guide to orthopaedics. It covers numerous different injuries. Essential Orthopaedics is the fifth edition of this highly illustrated resource, ideal for undergraduate revision. Essential Orthopaedics provides a chapter on recent advances in the treatment of fractures, offering the most No eBook available. Essential Orthopaedics is the fifth edition of this highly illustrated resource, ideal for undergraduate revision. Each of the 48 chapters has been.
Importance of Patient Education Patients who undergo joint replacement often have unrealistic preoperative expectations of recovery, including those for pain and function, which may lead to high levels of dissatisfaction [ 10 , 20 ]. The preoperative class is one of the best techniques available to educate patients and their families because it provides information on what will happen to them throughout the whole process and substantially eases the fears that the patient may be experiencing [ 19 ]. We have found it beneficial for patients and their families to learn in a classroom setting with other patients undergoing the same type of procedure. The patients have a better idea of what to expect, as they meet the team members and have interactive discussions with them. Patients may thus experience less pain because they are better prepared to cope with pain. General versus Regional Anesthesia Hypotensive regional anesthesia has been associated with fewer complications, as compared with general anesthesia. Apart from lowering the blood loss and preventing deep vein thrombosis, regional anesthesia avoids central nervous depression, has a different spectrum of effects on the cardiopulmonary system, may modify the stress response to surgery, provides excellent pain relief, and allows early painless range of motion and weight bearing, enhancing overall patient satisfaction [ 13 , 17 , 28 , 36 ].
For patients that we deem at high risk for thromboembolic complications, we administer warfarin with a target INR of 1. All patients also get bilateral pneumatic compression devices in the immediate postoperative period. A Doppler study is performed for patients with calf pain, tenderness, or swelling. Postoperative Rehabilitation Patients are mobilized out of bed on the first postoperative day.
Most patients attain such flexion by the third postoperative day. All patients have access to physiotherapy after discharge: for patients discharged home we arrange sessions with a physical therapist near their home prior to discharge and for patients discharged to a rehabilitation facility physiotherapy is performed there. We encourage discharge to home rather than a rehabilitation facility.
Patients are made weight bearing as tolerated and use crutches or a walker until they are able to easily ambulate with a cane. Discussion Over the years, our aim has been to determine the optimal regimen to control postoperative pain while limiting the side effects of medications.
We have described how our pain protocol has evolved, and we have detailed how pain is managed today at the Ranawat Orthopaedic Center.
Achieving a nearly painless TKA and THA is within reach using regional anesthesia and multimodal pain management techniques. Patients have greater satisfaction with their operation when they avoid the complications caused by parenteral narcotics.
Further, with the multimodal approach, the safety of the operation is enhanced by reducing complications such as respiratory depression, nausea, vomiting, ileus, urinary retention, pruritis, hypotension, bradycardia, and cognitive changes. It is for these reasons that a multimodal pain program with periarticular injection has been a substantial advance in perioperative pain care after TKA and THA.
Unfortunately, we have still not achieved the ideal technique; we have not eliminated the use of opioids, nor have we eliminated pain during the postoperative period entirely. Further research must be conducted to determine how best to eliminate pain without the use of medications that cause unwanted side effects.
In addition, additional prospective randomized trials that evaluate innovative protocols such as ours against well-studied regimens eg, PCA, PCEA are needed. We believe some of the most exciting developments will be in the realm of pain control. Footnotes No funding was received for this manuscript.
Each author certifies that his institution has approved the human protocol for this investigation and that all investigations were conducted in conformity with ethical principles of research, and that informed consent for participation in the study was obtained.
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Clin Orthop Relat Res. Analgesia for total hip and knee arthroplasty: a multimodal pathway featuring peripheral nerve block. In chapters eight, thirteen to twenty one; injuries at different parts like joints, peripheral nerve, shoulder, forearm and wrist, hand, hip, knee, leg, ankle, and foot; fractures in children, pelvic fractures, and shaft of femur fractures; and also deformities and their management are discussed.
Twenty second and twenty fourth chapters discusses about infections related to bones, joints, and hands. Chapter twenty three provides information on tuberculosis of bones, and joints. Different diseases, disorders and deformities that are caused in the musculo-skeletal system are discussed in chapters from twenty five-twenty nine, thirty one-thirty nine.
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