British Orthopaedic Research Society

The British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) is a multidisciplinary association devoted to pursuing research relevant to orthopaedic and musculoskeletal surgery

Extremities

Live Presentations

Session 07 | Tuesday 8 September 15:00 to 15:40
15:00 Session opensID
15:05Management of metacarpal shaft fractures in adults: a multi-centre cross-sectional study
Rowa Taha
133
15:12Changes in morphology of the haemophilic talus
Harriet Talbott
28
15:19The impact of HbA1c and complicated diabetes on operative and non-operative ankle fracture outcomes
Sean Scattergood
114
15:26Influence of implant fixation on tibial bone strain after total ankle replacement using specimen-specific finite element models
Bryony Halcrow
101
15:33Development of a protocol to quantify in-vivo kinematics of the foot and ankle
David Williams
18
15:40Session closes

Poster Presentations

A comparison of electromechanical versus pneumatic-controlled knee simulators for the wear performance of a total ankle replacement
James Hopwood
04
Subacromial local anaesthetic versus landmark guided nerve blocks for postoperative pain relief in shoulder arthroscopies
Adnan Hussain
53
Can percentage shortening be used to predict union time for displaced middle third clavicle fractures?
Lalasa Bommireddy
72
Do pre-countoured locking plates reduce the reoperation rate in distal humerus fractures? A study of 50 patients
Lalasa Bommireddy
73
Comparison of histomorphological differences between the subregions of the scapholunate interosseous ligament and investigation of its enthesis
Mei Yen Liew
32
Sonographic bridging callus at six weeks following non-operative management of displaced midshaft clavicle fracture accurately predicts healing
Jamie Nicholson
75
Routine postoperative laboratory tests are not required in patients undergoing elective total shoulder arthroplasty
Shady Hermena
65