Author(s): Mudiganty, S., Hughes, L., Choudry, Q. and Bokhari, A. s, Barts Health NHS Trust and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
Source: SICOT-J, Vol 8, p 2 (2022)
Abstract: Periprosthetic fractures are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. The “hub and spoke model” consists of a central organisation (the hub) and a series of secondary units (the spokes). This study reviews the presentation, management, and outcomes of periprosthetic fractures at a large general district hospital, the Royal Blackburn Hospital.
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