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Delune Brand Kids Cartoon School bags Children Orthopedic School Backpacks For Girls Boys S
 
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Views: 381 Jenny Bustamante
Orthopedic Impairment
 
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Views: 1691 Bridget Millar
Cartoon Orthopedic Backpack for Grade 1 5
 
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Pediatric Orthopaedic-Health Tips
 
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Health Tips by Dr.MIMS
Views: 384 asianetnews
Bow Legs In Children - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
 
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video explains about bowing in the legs in children, the etiology, diagnostic tests, and the treatment of this condition. Bowing of the legs can be part of the normal physiological development of the child. The deformity has a distinctive outward curvature of the knee and lower leg. As the child becomes older, this normally will improve without treatment. The deformity is usually symmetrical and appropriate for the age of the patient. no pain and no stiffness with normal screening process. If the infant is born with bowed legs (genu varum), bowing begins to improve slowly. At about 18 months of age the leg becomes straight. By 3 to 4, the child will have a knock-knee (genu valgum). This will correct itself by the age of 5 to 6 leaving a slight appearance of knock knee. Half of the children correct their bowing early and the other half will correct it late. Observe the child. No treatment is necessary. Give it time. Pathological bowing of the leg is due to a disease process and will get worse with time if not treated. We should be concerned if the deformity is severe. If it runs in families, especially short families, or if it occurs on one side of the body. When bow leg is severe, it may result from underlying conditions such as Blount's disease. Blount’s disease is a condition that can occur in toddlers as well as in adolescents. Abnormality of the growth plate in the upper part of the tibia causes deformity that is often mistaken for genu varus, (bow leg).
Views: 274895 nabil ebraheim
Orthopaedics Consult
 
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Orthopaedic hillarity courtesy of http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/6807237/
Views: 58402 Chris Porter
Florida Hospital for Children Ortho Doctors and Services
 
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Florida Hospital for Children Ortho Doctors and Services provided by: Dr. Raymund Woo, Dr. Sean Keyes, and Dr. Katerina Backus.
Views: 1956 AdventHealth Florida
Amazing Surgery To Fix Curved Spine (Scoliosis) - Animation
 
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Minimally Invasive Scoliosis Surgery (MIS) Animation - Korea University Guro Hospital -서승우 - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQUZiLwW7mHUUs6ykoiJARw ...What Is Scoliosis and What Causes It? If you look at someone’s back, you’ll see that the spine runs straight down the middle. When a person has scoliosis, their backbone curves to the side. The angle of the curve may be small, large or somewhere in between. But anything that measures more than 10 degrees is considered scoliosis. Doctors may use the letters “C” and “S” to describe the curve of the backbone. You probably don’t look directly at too many spines, but what you might notice about someone with scoliosis is the way they stand. They may lean a little or have shoulders or hips that look uneven. What Causes Scoliosis? In as many as 80% of cases, doctors don’t find the exact reason for a curved spine. Scoliosis without a known cause is what doctors call “idiopathic.” Some kinds of scoliosis do have clear causes. Doctors divide those curves into two types -- structural and nonstructural. In nonstructural scoliosis, the spine works normally, but looks curved. Why does this happen? There are a number of reasons, such as one leg’s being longer than the other, muscle spasms, and inflammations like appendicitis. When these problems are treated, this type of scoliosis often goes away. In structural scoliosis, the curve of the spine is rigid and can’t be reversed. Scoliosis shows up most often during growth spurts, usually when kids are between 10 and 15 years old. About the same number of boys and girls are diagnosed with minor idiopathic scoliosis. But curves in girls are 10 times more likely to get worse and may need to be treated. Scoliosis diagnosed during the teen years can continue into adulthood. The greater the angle of the spine curve, the more likely it is to increase over time. If you had scoliosis in the past, have your doctor check your back regularly. Degenerative scoliosis affects adults. It usually develops in the lower back as the disks and joints of the spine begin to wear out as you age. Music: Bottom of the Sea (Instrumental Version) https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/hard-to-get-along http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/
Views: 453312 Wise Wanderer
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) in English (accent from USA) (No Music)
 
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Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) in English (accent from USA) (No Music) Developmental Dysplasia of the hip, or DDH, is a condition that can be identified in the neonate. One or both hip joints have not formed properly - the acetabulum (or the hip socket) is too shallow (or dysplastic) and the hip is either dislocated at rest, or can be felt to easily dislocate by the examining physician. This animation explains DDH from a medical perspective. This version of our animation contains no music.
Transient synovitis - Acute Painful hip in a child
 
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A common differential for acute hip pain in a child, ST3 T&O interview preparation, Frcs orth revision
Views: 2582 Ortho M8
Orthopedic Impairments
 
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This video is about Orthopedic Impariments
Views: 3112 Tracey Balinskas
Evaluating Intoeing In Children
 
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Dr. Lynn Staheli, MD covers the diagnosis of rotational problems in children, the evaluation, and the diagnosis of the cause. This provides a guide to management and prognosis. Nearly all intoeing resolves with time. For more information and videos, please visit: http://global-help.org
Bridge-Enhanced ACL Repair (BEAR) | Boston Children's Hospital
 
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Learn more about Bridge-Enhanced ACL Repair: http://www.bostonchildrens.org/aclbeartrial Boston Children’s Hospital researchers have been working to develop a better way to treat ACL injuries and have launched a clinical trial to study their new technique. This new surgery — bridge-enhanced ACL repair (BEAR) — uses a special protein-enriched sponge to encourage the torn ends of an ACL to reconnect and heal. The patient no longer needs to have the torn ACL removed and replaced with a tendon graft. This is why the surgery is called ACL repair rather than ACL reconstruction. Surgeons hope bridge-enhanced ACL repair will be better way to treat ACL tears than ACL reconstruction in several ways. ACL repair may be more accurate than ACL reconstruction, and it may lead to better long-term outcomes, including a lower rate of arthritis and a reduced risk of re-tearing the reconstructed ACL. Why do surgeons need a better way to treat ACL tears? An ACL tear can be a devastating sports injury. A growing number of young athletes face ACL injuries, or ACL tears, every year. The current standard of care, ACL surgery — or ACL reconstruction — is a good solution. But it is linked with a 20 percent risk of re-tearing the ACL, and many young patients face an increased risk of arthritis. Bridge-enhanced ACL repair may overcome these challenges.
Foot Anatomy Animated Tutorial
 
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In this episode of eOrthopodTV, orthopaedic surgeon Randale C. Sechrest, MD narrates an animated tutorial of the anatomy of the foot.
Views: 637853 Randale Sechrest
Clubfoot and the Ponseti Method of Treatment: an animated guide for caregivers
 
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Animation to help parents understand clubfoot and the Ponseti method of treatment. Created by Mobility Outreach International and Ben Pohl of Bad Pixel. Contact [email protected] for other languages.
Views: 16895 Jana Shih
Best children's backpack || лучшие детские рюкзаки
 
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Toddler Broken Leg, Cast, & Recovery (cute 7 week summary)
 
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My 2 year old toddler broke her leg jumping off the sofa 7 weeks ago. Here's our recap video, to show the process of how quickly she learned to get around on her cast, and re-learning to walk again after 5.5 weeks in the cast. We hope it'll help other families not sure what to expect when their baby or toddler breaks a leg (apparently it's pretty common since bone strength comes from weight bearing, which little ones haven't had much of yet!). But don't worry, it's scary and sad but really not much of a big deal! Just watch our video to see how a broken leg didn't stop our little girl one bit!! Watch the following for more on the broken leg drama, and be sure to subscribe to our channel for more videos of our cute kids, my product reviews, and our travels around the world!! A couple more related videos: - How to bathe a child in a leg cast: https://youtu.be/IDJOgA1ToI0 - How our toddler broke her leg: https://youtu.be/HCSUVbTOJl4 ***************************** Please LIKE & SUBSCRIBE, and be sure to follow us at: Blog: http://www.usjapanfam.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/USJapanFam Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/usjapanfam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/usjapanfam/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/usjapanfam/
Views: 92491 US Japan Fam
Berhanu's Life-Saving Spine Surgery at CHLA
 
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Berhanu was an 8-year old orphan living in a rural village in Ethiopia. Suffering from severe scoliosis, Berhanu had no access to sufficient healthcare until arriving at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Mending Kids International brought the young man to a host family in the United State, to care for him during his visit to receive life-saving medical treatment. His life-threatening scoliosis—a particularly serious case—required two surgeries. In addition, Berhanu exhibited a heart murmur, deafness in one ear and a deformed right hand. Advanced techniques used at the Children's Orthopaedic Center meant that Berhanu never needed to have screws put in his skull to straighten his spine, which would normally be the standard of care provided in cases like Berhanu's. In addition, Berhanu's hand deformity was treated with plastic surgery to give him more function. Care from our hospital was coordinated by teams within our: *Orthopaedic Center http://www.chla.org/site/c.ipINKTOAJsG/b.3764315/ *Division of Plastic & Maxillofacial Surgery http://www.chla.org/site/c.ipINKTOAJsG/b.3764395/k.45D9/Plastic_and_Maxillofacial_Surgery.htm Staff Members Featured *Dr. Andre Panossian *Dr. Colleen Sabatini *Dr. David Skaggs
A Doctor - Rhymes on Profession
 
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Surgical Treatment for Dysplastic Hip | Cincinnati Children's
 
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http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org This medical animation illustrates how Cincinnati Children's surgeons can repair hip dysplasia, a hip/joint problem that happens when the top of the thighbone does not fit securely into the hip socket. When children are born with hip dysplasia and surgical repair is needed, it's commonly done around 18 months of age. Credits: Medialab at Cincinnati Children's Animation: Jeff Cimprich and Ren Wilkey Medialab Direction and additional content expertise: Ken Tegtmeyer, MD Content Expert: Junuchi Tamai, MD Voiceover: Nitya Nair, MD
Views: 26825 Cincinnati Children's
Shoulder Anatomy Animated Tutorial
 
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In this episode of eOrthopodTV, orthopaedic surgeon Randale C. Sechrest, MD narrates an animated tutorial on the basic anatomy of the shoulder.
Views: 1867685 Randale Sechrest
What is ACL Surgery?
 
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The ACL, or Anterior Cruciate Ligament, is one of several ligaments that stabilize your knee. If you've injured or completely torn your ACL, you may experience your knee "giving out" when you need to quickly change direction. At Children's Hospital Colorado, our orthopedic surgeons and Sports Medicine Team specialize in treating ACL injuries in children, teens and adults; they can offer several options to reconstruct your ACL. We also help guide young athletes through their post-surgery rehab to get them back up to speed. With time and patience, you can recover from your ACL injury and get back to the sports and activities that you love. To learn more, visit https://www.childrenscolorado.org/conditions-and-advice/conditions-and-symptoms/conditions/acl-injury/
Hip Anatomy Animated Tutorial
 
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In this episode of eOrthopodTV, orthopaedic surgeon, Randale C. Sechrest, MD, narrates an animated tutorial on the anatomy of the hip joint.
Views: 886352 Randale Sechrest
Medical Animation. Broken leg in children
 
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Перелом ноги у детей If your child has a leg fracture, it means there is a crack or break in one of the bones of the leg. These bones include the femur in the upper leg, the tibia or shin bone, and the fibula or calf bone. If the fracture is at the growth plate near the ends of the bone, bone growth can be affected and may require special X-rays or other tests. Young bones are more flexible than the adults, so a childs bone may crack or just buckle without a clear break instead of snapping like a dry stick. A leg fracture may be treated with casts, splints, a removable boot, or an air splint worn for 4-8 weeks. Surgery may be needed to straighten a broken bone that is crooked or broken into many pieces. Your child may need to use crutches for several weeks.
Views: 26115 qPanadol
Mercy Kids | Mercy Children's Hospital | Video: Kids' Orthopedics, Pulminology, Surgery & More
 
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This is a video about children's doctors who care for kids' bones and joints, numps, surgical needs and more, because healthy kids can do more of what they love. Mercy Kids proudly supports kids' programming on OPT.
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Doyestown Hospital Orthopedic Spot
 
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http://www.idearocketanimation.com/ This animated broadcast spot uses whiteboard animation (aka RSA style animation) to showcase Doyestown Hospital's Orthopedic Care Center. In this video, we applied a simple and playful approach to whiteboard. To see other types of animation techniques or learn how animation can be used in corporate and business settings, check out the IdeaRocket website: http://www.idearocketanimation.com/ Thank you for watching a please take a look at the rest of the videos on our channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/wgadea?feature=watch Find IdeaRocket: http://www.linkedin.com/company/idearocket https://www.facebook.com/IdeaRocket https://twitter.com/idearocket321
Views: 316 IdeaRocket
Hand Surgery
 
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Watch how a Valley plastic surgeon repairs torn tendons in a man's hand.
Doctors Are WARNING : Don’t Let Your Children Sit In “W” Position. Here’s why
 
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Doctors Are WARNING: Don’t Let Your Children Sit In “W” Position Here’s why. Have you ever seen your child or even someone else’s sitting on the floor with their legs out on both their sides forming the W shape? Commonly known as W sitting, this position may prove to you just how flexible a child is. While flexibility is good for the muscles, this sitting position is definitely not. The harmful effects of sitting in this position will not appear right away, but simply sitting this way can give long term complications and changes to your child. It’s time you stop your child from sitting this way. Here are compelling reasons why: #1: Restricted Hip Movement: Because there is too much stress on the knees and hips, the knees and hips eventually adapt to the abnormal force of this sitting position. Over time, the external rotation of the hips will be restricted, making it difficult for the child to sit with his or her legs in front of the body. #2: Muscle Tightness: This tightness is felt over the side of the hips and means that the child finds it difficult to balance using one leg. #3: Tibial Torsion: W sitting also has an impact on the alignment of the thigh and the lower leg. Unfortunately, the child’s lower leg will twist outward and then becomes stiff over time when this position becomes a habit. The lower legs then get used to excessive lateral rotation, often referred to as tibial torsion. #4: Neurological or Developmental Holdups: Oftentimes, children who sit in this position also have a problem walking and standing up, causing delays despite their age. W sitting can also stop your child from having a hand preference because there is no trunk rotation. #5: Orthopedic Concerns: This type of sitting position may predispose your child to developing hip dislocation. Breaking the Habit. It will definitely take a lot of time and patience. Plus, your child will need your physical and verbal guidance, but all these efforts will be worth it in the end. Every time you see your child sitting in this position, help them out of it. Teach them the lotus position or allow them to sit on a chair. Remind them to sit up straight every time they are on a chair or even at a desk. It also helps if you let your child move around. Keep them active at all times by stretching, playing, and running around can break that W sitting habit. Thank you for watching. please like, comment, subscribe and share this video with all the moms in the world.
Views: 2781 Natural Remedies
The Elite Athlete's Mom
 
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An orthopedic surgeon lives out another nightmare visit from a delusional sports mom. He nails the diagnosis.
Views: 54764 Habariyaku2
6 Exercises to Kill Chronic Knee, Foot or Hip Pain
 
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If you, just like 15 to 25 percent of people in the US, suffer from chronic knee pain, or just get tired sore feet from constantly being on the go, pay attention to these 6 exercises to cure chronic knee, foot or hip pain. You don’t need an expensive treatment if you regularly perform the simple workout at home. Knees are the second largest source of recurrent pain, and once you add in the feet and hips, it turns out that the legs can cause big problems for a lot of people. Simple tip-toeing, besides strengthening your calves, helps improve your balance by reducing the area in contact with the ground, which makes keeping your balance quite a challenge. It strengthens your glutes and core muscles, improves your posture while simultaneously relieving back pain, increases the flexibility of your ankles, stretches the muscles around your shins, which are an otherwise difficult muscle group to target. Heel raises, ankle circles, resistance training and toe games are all effective exercises for relieving pain in different parts of your legs. Try to do rolling foot massage on a daily basis and do as many reps as you want or have time for. It gives the bottom of your foot a nice stretch and prevents foot-related injuries in the long run. Music: Diamond Ortiz - Inevitable https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Exercise #1. Heel raises 1:01 Exercise #2. Tip-toeing 3:22 Exercise #3. Ankle circles 4:34 Exercise #4. Resistance training 5:47 Exercise #5. Toe games 7:42 Exercise #6. Rolling foot massage 9:24 Bonus 10:04 SUMMARY -You’ll need to grab a chair for this exercise. Stand behind it and use the back of the chair to support yourself. This exercise helps strengthen your ankles and works the muscles around the knee. -Simply tip-toe around your house kind of quickly. This will strengthen your calves and give a little workout to your toes and the balls of your feet. Aim to do this exercise regularly for 5 to 15 minutes or until you get tired. -This exercise helps loosen up the tendons and muscles in your legs and ankles. It’ll improve your flexibility, range of motion, and overall comfort while walking or standing. -Resistance training targets the muscles in your calves and inner and outer thighs, not only toning but also strengthening them. -Toe games is an important exercise because it strengthens the tiny muscles in your toes and feet. They tend to be underdeveloped, which can be a big problem since they support your arches, keep your toes properly aligned, and even contribute to balance. -Rolling foot massage works the muscles in the heels and balls of your feet. It’s also a nice relaxing massage for your arches. -If your feet are killing you after a long day, use one thumb to put pressure on the spot between your big toe and pointer toe and use the other thumb to press the point between your ring toe and pinky toe. Gently massage these spots for up to 15 minutes for easy and quick relaxation. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Physiologic and Pathologic gait
 
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This is a orthopedic teaching video from orthopedic medical students on trauma or elective orthopedic surgery and relevant topics. These videos have been created by and for our medical students from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. This video is on physiologic and pathologic gait patterns.
Views: 47324 UCTeach Ortho
Bart Becomes A Nerd - The Simpsons
 
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From (season 5 Episode 9) "The Last Temptation of Homer" Mr. Burns hires a female worker named Mindy Simmons in accordance with government policy and Homer is worried that his crush on her will ruin his marriage with Marge. Both Mindy and Homer have feelings for each other, but in the end Homer decides not to cheat on Marge. Meanwhile, Bart becomes a nerd after doctors find several things physically wrong with him and apply treatments that make him look like a nerd.
Views: 1558172 Simpsons Clips
Bone Infection, Osteomyelitis, Briefly - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
 
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes the condition of Bone Infection and Osteomyelitis in asimple and easy way, telling you all you need to know about those conditions. Chronic osteomyelitis is an infection in a bone. It may be an incurable problem. What happens with bone infections (osteomyelitis)? Usually, bacteria causes infection in the bone. Leukocytes are attracted to the area and secrete enzymes in an attempt to kill the bacteria. Blood flow to the area is decreased and a devitalized, necrotic bone is formed called sequestrum. A sequestrum is infected dead bone resulting from osteomyelitis. Haversian canals surround blood vessels and nerve cells throughout the bone. The sequestrum has no connection to normal bone through the Haversian system (osteon). Due to avascular nature of the sequestrum, antibiotics cannot reach the sequestrum or the bacteria. In fact, the bacteria enters the bone cells and hides inside the bone cells. The involucrum is new bone formation around the sequestrum. The body is trying to seal off the infection by forming new bone. The sequestrum will drain through the sinus. Biopsy of the sinus is not representative. Multiple deep samples are needed. Biopsy of the sinus is important in long standing cases of osteomyelitis to rule out squamous cell sarcoma. Principles of surgical treatment for osteomyelitis: Open the involucrum Remove the sequestrum Saucerize the bone: make sure a pathological fracture isn’t created. Stabilize if needed (external fixator is usually preferred) Fill cavity with bone chips, cement or muscle flap if needed: antibiotics usually for 6 weeks (organism specific). Recurrence of infection is high – about 30%. Become a friend on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/drebraheim Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/DrEbraheim_UTMC Donate to the University of Toledo Foundation Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Endowed Chair Fund: https://www.utfoundation.org/foundation/home/Give_Online.aspx?sig=29 Background music provided as a free download from YouTube Audio Library. Song Title: Every Step Please go to the following link and support the artist Johnny Widmer in his art contest - Sign to Facebook and click LIKE https://www.facebook.com/marlinmag/photos/a.10153261748858040.1073741838.134227843039/10153261754338040/?type=3&theater Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/JohnnyWidmerArt?fref=ts http://www.johnnywidmer.com/
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Orthopedic Impairments - LAI574
 
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Recorded with http://screencast-o-matic.com
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Septic Arthritis - Overview (causes, pathophysiology, treatment)
 
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This Is Zion: One Year Later
 
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An inspiring one-year update on Zion Harvey, the recipient of the first bilateral hand transplant in a child. http://www.chop.edu/handtransplant Zion's hands and feet were amputated when he was 2 as the result of sepsis, a life-threatening infection. He received new hands in July of 2015, during a 10-hour surgery at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The surgical team was led by L. Scott Levin, MD, and Benjamin Chang, MD, who direct the Hand Transplantation Program at Children's Hospital. This update shows Zion's progress in the year since the surgery. Zion's transplant and rehabilitation have involved hundreds of people from organizations including: Gift of Life Donor Program, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Penn Medicine, Shriners Hospital for Children - Philadelphia, United Network for Organ Sharing, and CHOP.
Pediatric fractures ,Upper Extremity Review  - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
 
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video about Pediatric Upper Extremity. Fracture of the proximal end of the clavicle is considered to be a physeal growth plate injury and not a sternoclavicular joint injury, especially if it occurs in patients younger than 25 years of age. The proximal (medial) clavicle epiphysis is the last to fuse. The distal clavicle fracture is usually a sleeve fracture that resembles an AC joint separation. Diaphyseal fractures in children are common in the middle third of the clavicle. Diaphyseal fractures usually heal with an excellent remodeling ability within one year. Clavicle birth fractures usually occur when the baby is large. The baby may have pseudoparalysis and is treated with a sling or simple immobilization. You will need to do differential diagnosis between brachial plexus injury and a clavicle fracture. Watch out for fractures of the clavicle in the mid-shaft area that could be congenital pseudoarthrosis. The condition is treated conservatively. Congenital pseudoarthrosis is usually on the right side and asymptomatic. If the child is symptomatic and older, treat it with a fixation and bone graft. Next is the proximal humerus. 80% of the longitudinal growth of the humerus occurs in the proximal physis. In young children, fractures are treated conservatively with a sling and the patient may get a hanging arm cast. Try to get upright x-rays. Remember! In a young child, proximal humerus fractures allow for significant remodeling following injury of the proximal physis, even if the fracture is badly displaced. Treat is conservatively. In older children, closed reduction and percutaneous pinning may be needed, especially if there is a major displacement. The “little leaguer’s shoulder” is a widened growth plate of the proximal humerus and it is considered to be a stress fracture due to overuse. Treatment of little leaguer’s shoulder consists of cessation of throwing and a period of rest. Next we will discuss elbow fractures. The first one is transepiphyseal separation of the distal humerus. Consider child abuse in these injuries! It is usually confused with elbow dislocations, however the radiocapitellar line remains the same. The olecranon moves posteriorly and medially. Physeal separation of the distal humerus usually occurs in younger ages. The diagnosis is usually difficult and may be missed. There separations should be highly suspected with elbow injuries before the age of 1 year. What are other findings that may be a sign of child abuse? Child abuse should be considered if the patient has multiple fractures at different stages of healing, corner fractures, posterior rib fractures or fracture of the femur before they are of walking age. There is a mnemonic statement that can be used to remember the names and order of the elbow ossification centers: CRITOE. This is the ages when the ossification centers appear around the elbow. The ossification center appears around the capitellum at 1 year. The ossification center appears around the radial head at 3 years. The ossification center around the internal epicondyle (medial) appears at 5 years. The ossification center appears around the trochlea at 7 years. The ossification center around the olecranon appears at 9 years. Lastly, the ossification center around the external epicondyle (lateral) appears at 11 years. Lateral condylar fractures are most commonly Salter-Harris Type IV fractures. If the fracture appears to be nondisplaced, you need to get an internal rotation oblique view x-ray that will show the fracture displacement better. Watch the fracture to make sure that it does not displace. Surgery should be done if the fracture is displaced. When surgery is done, it needs to be done with a lateral approach and not a posterior approach due to the risk of injury to the blood supply of the capitellum, which could cause avascular necrosis. Some may use arthrogram or a percutaneous technique. It is better to open through a lateral approach, especially if the fracture is badly displaced. The complications associated with lateral condylar fractures and nonunion and you can have cubitus valgus and ulnar nerve symptoms. It takes years to develop ulnar nerve symptoms. If there is good motion of the elbow but there is pain, then we need to do bone graft and fixation. If there are ulnar symptoms, then you need to release or transpose the ulnar nerve. There is no question that lateral condylar fractures are a surgical case! The medial epicondyle growth plate is the last one to fuse. The “little leaguer’s elbow” is caused by a pitching motion which places stress on the elbow joint, resulting in avulsion and inflammation of the medial epicondylar apophysis. Fracture of the medial epicondyle is usually treated conservatively.
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Preventing Falls at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
 
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Your child’s safety is important to us. Did you know that falls can occur anytime, anywhere — even at the Hospital? We need your help to keep your child safe during your stay with us. In this video, your family will learn about fall prevention and how you can partner with your healthcare team to make sure your child stays safe while at CHOP.
Basic sciences - Cortical Vs Cancellous screws
 
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The differences between cortical and cancellous screws, frcs orth revision
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Hand Anatomy Animated Tutorial
 
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In this episode of eOrthopodTV, orthopaedic surgeon, Randale C. Sechrest, MD narrates an animated tutorial on anatomy of the hand.
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Podiatry for Kids - Custom Children Orthotics
 
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Children’s feet are very different from adult’s feet. They are extremely flexible and the bones are soft. While your children’s feet are still growing they are extremely susceptible to injury via, womb position, improper footwear, hereditary influences and poor development. Unfortunately, children can’t always explain what they’re feeling other than saying it hurts. It is therefore vital for parents and people involved in the child’s upbringing, to pay close attention to the development of your child’s feet. Get your children’s feet checked today and protect their future! www.acehealthcentre.com
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Scoliosis Treatment Story Animation
 
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a common Scoliosis treatment scenario: patient is told by a Orthopedic Specialist "Let's wait and see what happens." After the scoliosis progresses, the specialist then recommends a rigid brace, which is shown to have a low success rate - the child with scoliosis hates the brace and refuses to wear it. Finally, the family discovers the SpineCor Scoliosis brace. It allows her complete mobility and even to dance. A happy ending. Avoid surgery with the SpineCor Brace. Visit this website to learn more about scoliosis treatment: http://scoliosisspecialists.com/scoliosis-treatment
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Childrens Teeth - Growth Potential Myofunctional Orthopedics
 
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A child's jaws and face naturally grow downwards and forwards. The jaws are constantly reshaped and influenced by the surrounding muscles of the face. If these muscles are functioning correctly and the tongue is in the correct position, with the mouth closed most of the time, then the growth will achieve full genetic potential. Reverse swallowing and mouth breathing can restrict the forward growth of the jaws and face. This results in insufficient space for the front and back teeth -- including the wisdom teeth. Correction of these myofunctional habits allow the teeth, jaws and face to reach full genetic potential, and the teeth to move into their correct position naturally. More info: http://dentalbraces.com.au/no-braces/
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Ortho Resident Confused by Hot Blond Medicine resident
 
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Hard working Ortho resident gets hit on by hot blond medicine resident...kinda'
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Grizzly Tales The Blood Doctor
 
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Thanks to this youtuber https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx6KhWmwSl9BctjAL1TSQaw has uploaded all the nuclear wart dvd I did start with the first episode but my laptop would not work with my video editor this video has been converted from 360p to 1080p
Shoulder Dislocations ,Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim
 
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Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describing conditions and treatment associated with shoulder dislocations, the etiology, signs and symptoms, and the prognosis. For the purpose of shoulder stability, the labrum acts like a bumper within the joint capsule of the shoulder joint. The axillary nerve is most commonly involved in injuries associated with the shoulder joint. It arises from the posterior cord of the brachial plexus and supplies the teres minor and deltoid muscles as well as the skin of the shoulder. Injury to the axillary nerve will result in •Numbness in the shoulder area •Weakness of shoulder abduction The shoulder joint is the most commonly dislocated joint in the body Types of shoulder dislocation 1-Anterior dislocation 2-Posterior dislocation Anterior dislocation Anterior dislocation is seen in more than 95% of cases involving shoulder dislocation. The mechanism of injury related to anterior shoulder dislocation is usually indirect force with a combination of abduction, extension and external rotation. It occurs with the arm in a position away from the body, often overhead, with the arm rotated backward. Anterior dislocation is often found with a combination of labral tear, greater tuberosity fractures or fractures of the humeral head. Bankart lesion •Refers to a tear of the anterior-inferior labrum of the glenoid rim. •Bankart lesions may be associated with a high recurrence rate of dislocation in patients younger than 30 years of age. •Bankart lesions occur either as fibrous or osseous. In elderly patients, dislocation of the shoulder is often associated with rotator cuff tears. The head of the humerus may impact against the anterior-inferior edge of the glenoid causing a divot or flattening of the humeral head. Treatment of anterior dislocation •Immediate reduction •Dislocation is ruled out if the patient can touch the opposite shoulder. •Immobilization of shoulder dislocations remains a controversial topic in duration and position of the immobilization. Unable to lift the arm after reduction of shoulder dislocation: •Young patient think axillary nerve palsy •Elderly patient think rotator cuff tear. Surgery is usually reserved for patients with recurrent instability. Posterior dislocation •Usually associated with seizures or electric shock and is often missed on radiographs. •With posterior shoulder dislocation, there is a lack of external rotation movement of the shoulder joint. •Posterior dislocation will dislocate straight posterior. Only 5% of shoulder dislocations are posterior. •Normal external rotation of the shoulder is possible without the presence of posterior dislocation. •The most reliable sign of posterior dislocation is the presence of the shoulder being locked in internal rotation. •Reverse bankart lesion, reverse hill-Sachs fracture or lesser tuberosity fractures of the humeral head may also accompany a posterior dislocation. •Axillary radiograph view is used to diagnose posterior shoulder dislocation. •The humeral head is seen impacted onto the posterior rim of the glenoid. Inferior subluxation of the shoulder •Often confused with shoulder joint dislocation. •Axially radiographic view is normal in these cases. •Inferior subluxation is caused by: Deltoid muscle atony •muscle of the shoulder has lost its strength to maintain the position of the humeral head within the joint. Treatment is given by physical therapy and electrical stimulation. Please go to the following link and support the artist Johnny Widmer in his art contest - Sign to Facebook and click LIKE https://www.facebook.com/marlinmag/photos/a.10153261748858040.1073741838.134227843039/10153261754338040/?type=3&theater Thank you! https://www.facebook.com/JohnnyWidmerArt?fref=ts http://www.johnnywidmer.com/
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Distal Femoral Osteotomy Animation
 
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Dr. S. Robert Rozbruch of the Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service at HSS shows how he performs a distal femoral osteotomy to correct knock-knee deformity.