Treating Pediatric Femur Fracture Patients while On-Call

Expert offers decision-making tips for providing urgent care

Jennie McKee

On-call orthopaedic surgeons know that when their phone rings in the middle of the night, they may need to provide emergency care for a child with a challenging injury. Jack Flynn, MD, discussed treatment of one such injury—the pediatric femur fracture—during an instructional course lecture held at the 2015 AAOS Annual Meeting.

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