JTO - December 2019

04 Dec 2019

Volume 7 Issue 4

 

From the Executive Editor

‘Winter drawers on’, one of the oldest of schoolboy jokes, with its novelty lost in years of repetition. The same is true of winter bed pressure. Instead of an unpredicted crisis, it seems a necessary ritual on the road to spring; so we must be ready and prepare. One way to avoid the grip of the bed managers is to push the boundaries of daycase surgery to include a greater proportion of our work. Hip and knee replacement surgery with discharge on the same calendar day is shown to be possible in an NHS setting (page 33). This practice is not yet widespread and so there continues to be a loss of training opportunities when ‘winter pressures’ lead to cancellations or movement of patients. Moving the trainee to follow the training opportunity is shown to be achievable (page 26), but naturally requires forethought.

“No man is an island entire in itself”; this sentiment of John Donne applies to surgeons too. We may realise that we should communicate, discuss, refer and transfer but we also need the structure and funding to achieve it. Networks, be they hub & spoke or more web-like, already exist for some areas of practice, but will become more common. The article relating knee revision surgery (page 24) outlines the proposals in this area.

Continuing to demonstrate the changing and more broad-minded image of the Orthopaedic Surgeon we have now officially gone holistic and will recognise the ‘whole of the femur’ in new changes to Best Practice Tariff previously restricted to hip fracture. It is my earnest hope that this will be seen as a broadening of an index of performance and not an end in itself, and that we should treat patients on merit and not on tariff.

The specialty section on pelvic trauma also includes a broadening of our vision. Whilst naturally referring to the time-critical, lifesaving aspects of pelvic injury that both scare and enthral us, it also explores the less glamorous side. There is hidden morbidity in patients with frailty or the higher energy fractures. The pelvic fragility fracture so often consigned to being swept under the carpet of a different hospital service is now being studied to establish whether there are indications to be when we should be more interventional to improve quality of life. The higher energy injury also has a hidden burden of urological and sexual dysfunction.

A newcomer to our regular features is now to ask the Robert Jones Lecturer from the BOA Congress to provide a precis of their presentation. It had seemed that we did not make the most of the time and effort put not only into the presentation itself but the professional life underpinning it. A worthy first is provided by John Skinner (page 20).

Increasingly in this world, we not only have to do the right thing but prove we that have done it; this is even the case with the reading of the JTO. So I would ask that in addition to cherishing and studying your paper copy of JTO please do some of your reading on line via the App (see bottom page 1) or the BOA website; this helps our relationship with advertisers!

Bob Handley, Vice President Elect

 

 

Subspecialty Section

 

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BASK Revision Knee Working Group Update

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Is day case hip and knee replacement surgery achievable in the NHS?

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Pelvic Ring Injuries – An overview

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Blast injuries to the pelvis: essential lessons learned

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The hidden side of pelvic fractures: Urological and sexual dysfunction following injury

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