Hardware for hip fractures: Screws, plates, and nails

By Peter Pollack

The debate extends to economy and effectiveness

When selecting from the wide variety of options for the treatment of intertrochanteric hip fractures, orthopaedic surgeons should keep two criteria—efficacy and cost-effectiveness—in mind, according to Kenneth A. Egol, MD.

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