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Kenneth Egol


Dr. Egol is an internationally recognized orthapaedic surgeon who is affiliated with both NYU's Langone Medical Center and Hospital for Joint Diseases. He specializes in fractures of the wrist, shoulder and ankle, fracture nonunion, bone reconstruction, reconstructive surgery and osteomyelitis.

As a graduate of Binghamton, Dr. Egol completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the Hospital for Joint Diseases. He currently sits on the editorial board of several medical journals, and has authored 4 textbooks, contributed 25 textbook chapters and over 200 scientific articles. Today, he maintains an active clinical practice specializing in orthopaedic trauma and fracture, performing over 450 operative procedures each year.

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Hip Fracture Part B: The Surgical Approach

Presented by Kenneth Egol, MD and Joseph Zuckerman, MD

Hip Fracture Part B: The Surgical Approach

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Video Runtime: 52 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 24 Minutes

Contemporary surgical approaches to the management of hip fractures have evolved over the years, resulting in improved outcomes and return of independence in the older adult. From the surgeon's perspective, there are variables, both pre op and post op, that can have either positive or negative consequences for this population. Among these variables, surgeons must consider health of the patient, classification of the fracture, fixation device options that best support the type of fracture, appreciation of the health status of the patient after surgery, and the important role of therapy in early mobilization. Upon viewing this course, the participant will have a better understanding of these variables. In addition, the participant will get a front row seat in the operating room, with the opportunity to view a selection of hip fracture surgeries. This is the second course in a five course series. Please be sure to watch:
Hip Fracture Part A: Overview, Classifications, and Evidence
Hip Fracture Part C: Acute Care Management
Hip Fracture Part D: Long Term Care Management
Hip Fracture Part E: Home Care Management

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