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Edited By: Dr A. A. Klein, Cambridge, UK

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 5/31 (Anesthesiology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2044

- hip fracture

Special Collection: Hip Fracture


Pre-operative echocardiography for hip fractures: time to make it a standard of care
G. Heyburn, M.E. McBrien

Type of anaesthesia for hip fracture surgery – the problems of trial design
S. M. White, R. Griffiths, I. K. Moppett

Fractured neck of femur: guidelines and beyond
W. Ummenhofer, N. Suhm

Original Articles

A comparison of clinical practice guidelines for proximal femoral fracture
R. J. Kearns, L. Moss, J. Kinsella

The role of routine pre-operative bedside echocardiography in detecting aortic stenosis in patients with a hip fracture
S. J. Loxdale, J. R. Sneyd, A. Donovan, G. Werrett, D. J. Viira

The impact on cardiac diagnosis and mortality of focused transthoracic echocardiography in hip fracture surgery patients with increased risk of cardiac disease: a retrospective cohort study
D. J. Canty, C. F. Royse, D. Kilpatrick, A. Bowyer, A. G. Royse

Previously undiagnosed aortic stenosis revealed by auscultation in the hip fracture population – echocardiographic findings, management and outcome
M. E. McBrien, G. Heyburn, M. Stevenson, S McDonald, N. J. Johnston, J. R. M. Elliott, T. R. O. Beringer

Anaesthesia for 1131 patients undergoing proximal femoral fracture repair: a retrospective, observational study of effects on blood pressure, fluid administration and perioperative anaemia
R. J. Wood, S. M. White

Cost estimates of spinal versus general anaesthesia for fractured neck of femur surgery
A. Chakladar, S. M. White

Hemiarthroplasty performed under transversus abdominis plane block in a patient with severe cardiorespiratory disease
K. Stuart-Smith

A comparison of pre-operative nerve stimulator-guided femoral nerve block and fascia iliaca compartment block in patients with a femoral neck fracture
B. Newman, L. McCarthy, P. W. Thomas, P. May, M. Layzell and K. Horn

Emergency surgery: the big three – abdominal aortic aneurysm, laparotomy and hip fracture
M. Stoneham, D. Murray and N. Foss

Outcome by mode of anaesthesia for hip fracture surgery. An observational audit of 65 535 patients in a national dataset
S. M. White, I. K. Moppett and R. Griffiths


AAGBI Management of proximal femoral fractures 2011
R Griffiths (Chairman of the Working Party) et al.

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