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A report on amputations at the hip-joint in military surgery

by United States. Surgeon-General"s Office

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Published by Government Printing Office in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General Surgery,
  • Amputation

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by George A. Otis]
    ContributionsOtis, George Alexander, University College, London. Library Services
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination87 p., [9] leaves of plates, some col. :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25655242M

    Box Record of Circular No. 7 ("Report on Amputations of the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery" by George A. Otis) S.G.O., , listing contributors of cases and patients, including loose pages in folder; and Record of Circular No. 5 ("Report on Epidemic Cholera" by . hip-joint level for vascular disease can also become functional with crutches and/or a wheelchair. Amputations performed for vascular disease are often on a semi-emergency basis. The typical patient is in sepsis from multiple failed above-knee procedures or clotted femoral–popliteal grafts. Malawer Chapter 21 22/02/ Page

    In , Trendelenberg developed a technique involving the tunnelling of a rod anterior to the hip joint. A rubber tube was then wound around the protruding ends of the rod thus constricting the vessels anterior to the hip joint. In , Wyeth devised a technique, which may have had some foundation in Trendelenberg’s single rod chickashacf.com by: Chapter 21A - Atlas of Limb Prosthetics: Surgical, Prosthetic, and Rehabilitation Principles Hip Disarticulation and Transpelvic Amputation: Surgical Procedures Robert E. Tooms, M.D. Frederick L. Hampton, C.P. Hip disarticulation is the surgical removal of .

    Atlas of Amputations and Limb Deficiencies, Fourth Edition General Instructions On behalf of the book editors and the AAOS publications department, thank you again for agreeing to prepare a manuscript for publication in the fourth edition of the Atlas of Amputations and Limb Deficiencies. aries from Iraq, Germany, and to the United States. He arrived in Washington, DC, on the sixth day after his injury. The following amputations were performed: left transradial amputation, right hip disarticulation, and left knee disarticulation. He was fitted with a myoelectric arm, a body-powered arm, and a passive/cosmetic arm along with multiple terminal devices. He was also fitted with a.


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A report on amputations at the hip-joint in military surgery by United States. Surgeon-General"s Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from A Report on Amputations at the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery: July 1, About this period, according to tradition, another amputation at the hip-joint was performed in England by Henry Thomson, surgeon of the London Hospital.3 It is not recorded, Mr.

Curling states, on the books of the hospital.'Author: U. Surgeon-General's Office. Get this from a library. A report on amputations at the hip-joint in military surgery. [United States. Surgeon-General's Office.; Milwaukee Academy of Medicine.

ǂb Book Collection ǂ5 WMMCW]. Get this from a library. A report on amputations at the hip-joint in military surgery. [United States. Surgeon-General's Office.]. A Report on Amputations at the Hip-joint, in Military Surgery. United States. Surgeon-General's Office, George Alexander Otis.

U.S. Government Printing Office, - Amputations at hip joint - 87 pages5/5(1). A Report on Amputations at the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery. Circular No. War Department. Surgeon General's Office 9 total plates (some after photographs).

This information is published from the Museum's collection database. Updates and additions stemming from research and imaging activities. Circular No. 7, A Report on Amputations at the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery, War Department, Surgeon General's Office, Washington, D.C., July 1, He founded the Army Medical Museum (now the National Museum of Health and Medicine) to gather case histories, statistics, and specimens and to prepare illustrations.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. (Otis, George A.) A REPORT ON AMPUTATIONS AT THE HIP-JOINT IN MILITARY SURGERY. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 11 1/2 by 9 inches in original gilt-printed flexible pebbled cloth.

87, (1) pp. with 9 inserted full page plates (5 chromolithographs, 4 b/w lithographs - several by Bien.) A graphic and detailed report which was issued as part of the Barne's Medical and Surgical.

Functional Outcome Measurements of a Veteran With a Hip Disarticulation Using a Helix 3D Hip Joint: A Case Report Leif Marshall Nelson, DPT, ATP, CSCS, Neil T. Carbone, CP ABSTRACT There are no previously published studies measuring functional outcomes with the Helix 3D hip joint prosthesis for an individual with a hip disarticulation amputation.

Report of amputations performed at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania from September 30,to December 31, Amputation -- methods Lower Extremity -- surgery Military Medicine Report of two successful hip-joint amputations, the second of.

OTIS, G. A., Surgical Part of the Reports on the Nature and Extent of the Materials available for the Preparation of a Medical and Surgical History of the Rebellion, being Part I, of Circular 6, S.

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Author(s): United States. Surgeon-General's Office. Title(s): A report on amputations at the hip-joint in military surgery. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, [U. S.] Govt.

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There are no comparable non-surgical or surgical alternatives to hip amputation. Anesthesia with Hip Amputation: Hip amputation is performed under general anesthesia, which means that the patient is asleep and completely unaware during the procedure.

Mar 10,  · Hip disarticulation for severe infections of the lower extremity is rarely performed but has been described for gangrene [6, 14], necrotizing fasciitis [9, 10], infection following hip arthroplasty, extensive osteomyelitis of the proximal femur, infected vascular grafts, and severe decubitus ulcers in paraplegics.

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