How can we give Mary and Helge the best evidence-based treatment for their hip fractures?
Mary (75) lives alone in her house. Uses no walking aids. She fell outside walking her little dog and got a displaced femoral neck fracture (FCF). Only medicated for hypertension. Had a wrist fracture 10 years ago treated with a cast.
Helge (85) lives in an apartment together with his wife (78). Homecare twice a day. He uses a walker in his home and on the rare occasions that he is outside. He fell out of bed and sustained a trochanteric fracture. Medicated for hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, previous MI, chronic atrial fibrillation - he is using DOAC. No previous fractures.
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Welcome & presentation of the cases
Lene B. Solberg & Trude Basso
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Preoperative planning – considerations for Mary and Helge
Richard Griffiths, UK
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Surgery – what to choose for Mary and Helge?
Frede Frihagen, Norway
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Secondary fracture prevention – useful for Mary and Helge?
Kristina Åkesson, Sweden
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Orthogeriatrics – what is best for Mary and Helge?