Special Issue "New Trends in Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 June 2024 | Viewed by 865
Interests: pediatric orthopedics; deformity correction; pediatric hip; pediatric trauma
Pediatric orthopedic trauma has immense importance in the realm of children’s health and wellbeing. Children are particularly vulnerable to orthopedic injuries due to their active lifestyles and developing musculoskeletal systems. The prompt and appropriate management of pediatric musculoskeletal injuries is crucial to prevent long-term complications, promote optimal healing, and restore function. Early intervention and comprehensive care can substantially improve the physical and emotional recovery of young patients, allowing them to regain their mobility, independence, and overall quality of life.
Over the last few decades, pediatric orthopedics has witnessed substantial advancements, including improvements in diagnostic imaging and surgical equipment, advanced implant design, and the evolution of surgical techniques. The purpose of this Special Issue is to provide updated information and current trends in the treatment of pediatric orthopedic trauma, thus helping healthcare providers to stay current and provide the highest quality of care to patients.
Contributions from all colleagues are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Mark Eidelman
Dr. Pavel Kotlarsky
Guest Editor Assistant
Manuscript Submission Information
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- pediatric orthopedics
- pediatric trauma
- fixation of fractures
- musculoskeletal injuries
- open reduction internal fixation
- closed reduction internal fixation
- closed reduction percutaneous pinning