EP 18: Traumatisk skulderluksasjon m/ Kaare Midtgaard

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I denne episoden snakker vi med ortoped Kaare Midtgaard. Kaare har nylig publisert en leder hvor han peker på at pasienter med traumatisk, fremre skulderluksasjon antageligvis bør opereres langt tidligere og langt hyppigere enn det man gjør i dag. Han viser til en systematisk gjennomgang fra 2020 som viser at pasienter som ikke blir opereret etter førstegangsluksasjon har 7 ganger høyere sjanse for å reluksere enn pasienter som stabiliseres kirurgisk allerede etter første traumet.

I denne podcasten diskuterer vi de mange momentene rundt dette. Ser du pasienter med skulderinstabilitet i din kliniske praksis er dette en podcast vi virkelig kan anbefale.

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