Jennifer Beck and Eric Edmonds from UCLA and Rady, respectively, moderate the POSNA 2021 Virtual Sports Subspecialty Day episode, discussing key abstracts from the upcoming meeting. Featured authors include John Schlechter from CHOC, Kathleen Maguire from CHOP, Samuel Van de Velde from Columbia, and Eric Edmonds (in addition to his moderator role). Your host is Carter Clement from Children’s Hospital of New Orleans. Music by A. A. Alto.
Do Continuous Peripheral Nerve Blocks Decrease Home Opioid Use Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament. John Schlechter, DO; Bryn Gornick; Benjamin Sherman, DO; Tanner Harrah. CHOC.
Predicting Outcomes of Talar Osteochondritis Dissecans Lesions in Children. Kathleen Maguire, MD; Mitchell Johnson; Kunbo Park, MD; Divya Talwar; J Todd Lawrence, MD. CHOP.
Anatomic versus Non-anatomic Anterolateral Tenodesis in Combination with Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction – Sometimes Cheaper is Better? Samuel Van De Velde; Gregory Schmale, MD; Scott Telfer. U.W.
Clinical Outcomes, Survivorship, and Return to Sports After Arthroscopic Capsular Repair with Suture Anchors for Adolescent Multidirectional Shoulder Instability at Mean Follow-Up of 6 Years. Brendon Mitchell; Matthew Siow; Alyssa Carroll; Andrew Pennock, MD; Eric Edmonds, MD. Rady Children's Hospital.
For further information, see annual meeting program: https://posna.org/POSNA/media/Documents/Events/Final-Program_1.pdf
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