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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2005. Número 27 (18-19)

Original articles
Scoring systems to evaluate elderly patients with hip fractures
Shay Shabat, Gideon Mann, Meir Nyska, Nicola Maffulli pp 1041-1044
Modern methods of treating hip fractures
Martyn J. Parker and Kurinchi Gurusamy pp 1045-1051
Clinical pathway after hip fracture
Kenneth J. Koval and Michael R. Cooley pp 1053-1060
Prevention of falls in older people
Jacqueline C. T. Close pp 1061-1071
Predicting the success of rehabilitation following hip fractures
Leif Ceder pp 1073-1080
Coordinated multidisciplinary rehabilitation after hip fracture
Ian D. Cameron pp 1081-1090
Influence of age, sex, fracture type and pre-fracture living on rehabilitation pattern after hip fracture in the elderly

K.-G. Thorngren, P.-O. Norrman, A. Hommel, M. Cedervall, J. Thorngren, H. Wingstrand Scotland pp 1091-1097
Audit, guidelines and standards: Clinical governance for hip fracture care in
Colin T. Currie and James D. Hutchison pp 1099-1105
Evaluation of 238 consecutive patients with the extended data set of the Standardised Audit for Hip Fractures in Europe (SAHFE)
T. Heikkinen, J. Partanen, J. Ristiniemi, P. Jalovaara pp 1107-1115
To what extent are carers involved in the care and rehabilitation of patients with hip fracture
Margaret MacLeod, Rosemary A. Chesson, Peter Blackledge, James D. Hutchison, Noelle Ruta ? pp 1117-1122
Five-year experience with the Sheba model of comprehensive orthogeriatric care for elderly hip fracture patients
Abraham Adunsky, Marina Arad, Rami Levi, Alexander Blankstein, Gabriel Zeilig, Eliyhu Mizrachi pp 1123-1127
Costs and consequences of hip fracture occurrence in old age: An economic perspective
P. Haentjens, G. Lamraski, S. Boonen pp 1129-1141
Orthopaedic treatment of displaced femoral neck fractures in elderly patients
Cecilia Rogmark and Olof Johnell pp 1143-1149
Cemented versus uncemented hip replacement for fracture of the hip
Michael Hay and Frank Gottschalk pp 1151-1155
A comparative prospective study of dynamic variable angle hip screw and Gamma nail in intertrochanteric hip fractures
Umberto Tarantino, Francesco Oliva, Angelo Impagliazzo, Antonio Mattei, Giuseppe Cannata, Gian Francesco Spurio Pompili, Nicola Maffulli pp 1157-1165
Endoprosthetic replacement of unstable, comminuted intertrochanteric fracture of the femur in the elderly, osteoporotic patient: A review
P. Haentjens and G. Lamraski pp 1167-1180
Subtrochanteric fractures: Current management options
Niall J. A. Craig and Nicola Maffulli pp 1181-1190
Preoperative skin traction or pillow nursing in hip fractures: A prospective, randomized study in 123 patients
Sylvia Resch, Barbro Bjärnetoft, Karl-Göran Thorngren pp 1191-1195
Brain atrophy evaluated by computed tomography in independent and institutionalized hip fracture patients
R. Sakone, J. Pyhtinen, E. Pääkkö, H. Vähänikkilä, J. Ristiniemi, P. Jalovaara pp 1195-1202
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