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This issue discusses the mechanism of injury, diagnostic approach, treatment plans, and potential complications of dislocations of the hip, knee, and ankle.
Managing Dislocations of the Hip, Knee, and Ankle
This issue reviews the signs and symptoms of GAS pharyngitis, as well as associated complications, and provides recommendations for appropriate treatment that focuses on reducing the severity and duration of symptoms, reducing the incidence of nonsuppurative complications, and reducing transmission.
Group A Streptococcal Pharyngitis
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  • After reading our issue on pediatric orthopedic injuries, your peers say they will…
    "Be more aware of spectrum of childhood orthopedic injuries, especially fractures and their management."
    "Do a close eval of hip with knee complaints."
    "Have closer monitoring for compartment syndrome."
    "Increase efficiency in imaging and management of orthopedic injuries in children."
    "Change to dynamic removal splints for distal buckles and Salter I distal tibia."
    "Have better awareness of compartment syndrome."
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  • After reading our issue on adrenal disorders, your peers say they will…
    "Anticipate potential adrenal insufficient patients and treat early in course."
    "Be more alert to adrenal insufficiency as a cause of refractory hyponatremia/hypotension."
    "Have better recognition of at-risk patients for adrenal crisis."
    "Give doses of IV Hydrocortisone to septic patients with hypotension refractory to fluids and vasopressors."
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