The latest medical news on Orthopaedic Surgery

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J Ortho Science

Elective orthopaedic surgery has been severely curtailed because of coronavirus disease, 2019. There is scant scientific evidence to guide surgeons...

Medscape Ortho

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OrthoBuzz

JBJS announces its new, interactive website, Making History Together, which celebrates 130 years of history at JBJS and the collective history of t...

Ortho Principles

Haemodynamic Optimisation in Orthopaedic Surgery

Disability I Wheels

A cartoon version of autism self-advocate Temple Grandin gets a visit from the kids on "Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum" on PBS KIDS.

Disability I Wheels

Government investigators say that a lack of resources is one of the main reasons people with disabilities continue to work for less than minimum wa...

Ortho This Week

Augmedics, an innovator in augmented reality surgical image guidance has completed an oversubscribed Series C funding round, raising $36 million. T...

Ortho This Week

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Ortho Principles

Rotator Cuff Tears of #Shoulder

Medscape Ortho

Even though the majority of parents give youth sports leagues high marks for keeping them informed about COVID-19 safety protocols, more than one i...

Medscape Ortho

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine makes up less than 5% of the more than 190 million reported shots in arms in the United States to date.

Disability I Wheels

In an effort to better support people with disabilities, one state is offering motorists the chance to emblazon their cars with phrases like "BONG,...