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This article summarizes clinical expert recommendations and findings for the application of ultrasound-guided procedures in chronic pain management. Data on analgesic outcomes and adverse effects were collected and analyzed and are reported in this narrative review. Ultrasound guidance offers opportunities for the treatment of pain, with focus in this article on greater occipital nerve, trigeminal nerves, sphenopalatine ganglion, stellate ganglion, suprascapular nerve, median nerve, radial...
CONCLUSION: Adoption of modified ERAS-based protocol for patients undergoing PSF for AIS led to significant reduction in LOS, average pain scores, and opioid consumption.
INTRODUCTION/AIMS: Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) is routinely prescribed to support the respiratory system in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) patients; however, factors improving NIV usage are unclear. We aimed to identify predictors of NIV adherence in DMD patients.
CONCLUSION: Early-stage KOA is variably defined in the published literature. Most studies included KL grades of 2 or higher within their definitions, which reflects established or later-stage OA. These findings underscore the need to develop and validate classification criteria for early-stage KOA.
CONCLUSION: The quantity and quality of published RCTs published in AJSM increased over the past 3 decades. However, single-center trials with small sample sizes were prone to fragile results.
CONCLUSIONS: New diagnostic criteria for mild TBI were developed through an evidence review and expert consensus process. Having unified diagnostic criteria for mild TBI can improve the quality and consistency of mild TBI research and clinical care.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: After studying this article, the participant should be able to: 1. Describe methods of clinical evaluation for neurologic recovery in brachial plexus birth injury. 2. Understand the role of different diagnostic imaging modalities to evaluate the upper limb. 3. List nonsurgical strategies and surgical procedures to manage shoulder abnormality. 4. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of microsurgical nerve reconstruction and distal nerve transfers in brachial plexus birth...