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Padmanabhan Subramanian
Hillingdon Hospital
28Publications
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#2Tom Wainwright (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 8
Last.Robert Middleton (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 17
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Introduction:Total hip arthroplasty (THA) is currently a very successful operation but continues to evolve as we try to perfect techniques and improve outcomes for our patients. Robotic hip surgery...
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#1Aadhar Sharma (Imperial College Healthcare)
#2Padmanabhan Subramanian (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 5
Last.Muhammad Shahid (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)
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Skin blistering following trauma is not uncommon; however, large haemorrhagic bullous blisters following total knee arthroplasty is relatively rare and not widely documented in the literature.
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Last.O.J. PearceH-Index: 2
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Introduction‘VTE disease is the new MRSA’, with much attention received in the media and the political world. Following the 2010 NICE guidelines all patients admitted to hospital should have VTE prophylaxis considered and a formal VTE risk assessment done with documentation and review in a 24 hour period. We carried out a completed audit cycle to identify our adherence to these guidelines and introduced a novel method to ensure compliance.Materials/MethodsAn audit of 400 patients admitted to the...
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#1Kiran DivaniH-Index: 1
Last.Mandeep LambaH-Index: 1
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Although uncommon, bilateral patellar tendon rupture is preposterously debilitating. Ultrasonography is valuable in diagnosing patellar tendinosis and preventing subsequent rupture.
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Last.David Crone (University of Sussex)H-Index: 2
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We describe an improved technique for the reconstruction of a neglected patellar tendon rupture, using semitendinosus-gracilis grafts and FiberWire augmentation.
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#2Sophie Shilston (Milton Keynes Hospital)H-Index: 2
Last.Srinivasan Iyer (Wexham Park Hospital)H-Index: 5
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We present, to our knowledge, the first reported case of necrotizing fasciitis following insertion of a cardiac permanent pacemaker (PPM). A 91-year-old gentleman was admitted with septic shock under the medical team. He had had a cardiac PPM inserted 10 days prior for complete heart block. He was initially treated by the GP for a postoperative superficial infection with a course of oral antibiotics at home but over the next few days he became systemically unwell. Preadmission, this patient was ...
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