International Consensus in Orthopaedic Care (with special guest Javad Parvizi)

International Consensus in Orthopaedic Care (with special guest Javad Parvizi)
OrthoJOE
International Consensus in Orthopaedic Care (with special guest Javad Parvizi)
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Episode 17 August 02, 2021 00:22:43

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by special guest Javad Parvizi (James Edwards Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Sidney Kimmel School of Medicine at the Rothman Institute at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia) in a thought-provoking discussion on the goals and impact of international efforts to achieve consensus and standardization in orthopaedic care, with a specific focus on guidelines related to periprosthetic joint infection and venous thromboembolism. 

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