Research and Reports in Medical Sciences

ISSN: 2952-8127

Open Access

Anny Anderson

Department of Surgery, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA

  • Mini Review   
    Distressing Emphasise in Service Users to Fibular Shoulder Broken Bones
    Author(s): Anny Anderson*

    In the western world, fractures among older adults—especially among older women represent a serious health issue. Hip fractures in particular are more likely than any other osteoporotic fractures to result in mortality, disability, and high medical costs. Nevertheless, it has been asserted that some hip fractures in elderly people occur on their own. There is strong evidence that falls are the main cause of fractures, if not almost all of them. Therefore, research on the types of falls that result in hip fractures is crucial from a preventive standpoint. In a recent case-control study, it was demonstrated that factors affecting the likelihood of hip fracture from a fall included the direction of the fall (sideways or straight down), which body parts struck the ground, bone density, and factors increasing or decreasing the force of impact (for example, surface.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2952-8127.2022.6.86

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