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Last Updated: 10 November 2022

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Both‐Column Acetabular Fractures: Should Pelvic Ring Reduction or Acetabulum be Performed First?

Abstract Bothu2010column fracture is a disorder that occurs in both the pelvis and acetabular fractures of a type that has irregular fracture line alignment and has differing fracture fragments. Methods The BCAF treated a consecutive cohort of 42 patients from January 2013 to January 2019 with different reduction milestones and sequences: pelvic ring fractures reduction first and acetabular fractures reduction first. In the AFRF group, there were 22 patients in the PRFRF group and 20 in the AFRF group. Both groups had similar results as preoperative surgical procedures. The excellent/good quality of reduction in the PRFRF group was higher than the AFRF group. In the PRFRF group, surgical time and intra-u2010operative blood loss were dramatically reduced. The incidence of deep vein thrombosis in the PRFRF group was less than that of the AFRF group, but not with statistical data.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1111/os.13493


Comparison of machine learning algorithms to SAPS II in predicting in-hospital mortality of fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum: analyzes based on MIMIC-III database

We hypothesized that machine learning algorithms could have better results of prediction than SAPS II for traumatic patients in the intensive care unit, according to this review. Compared to the traditional first-24-hours ones that were used to create customized control models, the feature expansion method was applied to experimental models by expanding SAPS II capabilities to the first 72 hours after ICU admission. All the ML models outperformed SAPS II, with the exception of the experimental random forest model's best results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/26895293.2022.2125448


Revision Hip Arthroplasty in Patient with Acetabulum Migration into Subperitoneal Space—A Case Report

In the literature, revision hip arthroplasty procedures have been extensively discussed. According to Paprosky, where the recognition of two subtypes would aid in the investigation of such cases. We believe that the complexity of revision hip arthroplasty in patients with protrusion of the acetabular component of the implant into subcutaneous space, as well as the head and proximal portion of the stem of the implant into subcutaneous space would warrant a careful re-analysis.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/medicina57010030

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