Surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Fracture fixation, Randomized controlled trial and Internal fixation are his primary areas of study. His is doing research in Intramedullary rod, Tibia, Nonunion, Fixation and Bone healing, both of which are found in Surgery. His work carried out in the field of Orthopedic surgery brings together such families of science as Dentistry, Relative risk, Arthroplasty, Meta-analysis and Physical therapy.
His Fracture fixation research includes elements of Femoral head, Orthodontics, Bone plate, Range of motion and Femoral neck. His study in Randomized controlled trial is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Treatment outcome, Clinical trial, Evidence-based medicine and Hazard ratio. Emil H. Schemitsch has researched Internal fixation in several fields, including Humerus, Osteotomy, Elbow and Osteosynthesis.
Emil H. Schemitsch spends much of his time researching Surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Fracture fixation, Femur and Intramedullary rod. Surgery is represented through his Randomized controlled trial, Fixation, Internal fixation, Nonunion and Arthroplasty research. His Orthopedic surgery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Physical therapy, Hip fracture and Orthodontics.
His Fracture fixation research includes themes of Humerus, Bone healing and Bone plate. Emil H. Schemitsch has included themes like Biomechanics, Implant, Periprosthetic, Cadaveric spasm and Biomedical engineering in his Femur study. Emil H. Schemitsch works mostly in the field of Intramedullary rod, limiting it down to concerns involving Tibia and, occasionally, Cortical bone and Soft tissue.
Emil H. Schemitsch mostly deals with Surgery, Fracture fixation, Randomized controlled trial, Physical therapy and Orthodontics. His work deals with themes such as Confidence interval, Hazard ratio and Hip fracture, which intersect with Surgery. In his study, Nonunion is strongly linked to Orthopedic surgery, which falls under the umbrella field of Hip fracture.
His Fracture fixation research incorporates themes from Weight-bearing, Engineering ethics and Bone healing. The Physical therapy study combines topics in areas such as Health related quality of life, Quality of life, Internal fixation and Proximal humerus. Emil H. Schemitsch combines subjects such as Biomechanics, Posterior approach, Fixation, Cadaveric spasm and Reduction with his study of Orthodontics.
Emil H. Schemitsch focuses on Surgery, Arthroplasty, Fracture fixation, Randomized controlled trial and Tranexamic acid. He combines subjects such as Hip fracture and Hazard ratio with his study of Surgery. His Arthroplasty study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Trunnion, Dentistry, Evidence-based medicine, Internal fixation and Forensic engineering.
Emil H. Schemitsch focuses mostly in the field of Fracture fixation, narrowing it down to matters related to Weight-bearing and, in some cases, Osteotomy, Bone plate, Bone mineral and Nuclear medicine. His work focuses on many connections between Nonunion and other disciplines, such as Malunion, that overlap with his field of interest in Orthopedic surgery. His Orthopedic surgery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Odds ratio and Physical therapy.
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Effect of early surgery after hip fracture on mortality and complications: systematic review and meta-analysis
Nicole Simunovic;P.J. Devereaux;Sheila Sprague;Gordon H. Guyatt.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2010)
Internal fixation compared with arthroplasty for displaced fractures of the femoral neck. A meta-analysis.
Mohit Bhandari;P. J. Devereaux;Marc F. Swiontkowski;Paul Tornetta.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2003)
Deficits Following Nonoperative Treatment of Displaced Midshaft Clavicular Fractures
Michael D. McKee;Elizabeth M. Pedersen;Caroline Jones;David J.G. Stephen.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2006)
Association between industry funding and statistically significant pro-industry findings in medical and surgical randomized trials
Mohit Bhandari;Jason W. Busse;Dianne Jackowski;Victor M. Montori.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2004)
Operative management of displaced femoral neck fractures in elderly patients. An international survey.
Mohit Bhandari;P. J. Devereaux;Paul Tornetta;Marc F. Swiontkowski.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2005)
A multicenter, prospective, randomized, controlled trial of open reduction--internal fixation versus total elbow arthroplasty for displaced intra-articular distal humeral fractures in elderly patients.
Michael D. McKee;Christian J.H. Veillette;Jeremy A. Hall;Emil H. Schemitsch.
Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (2009)
Internet versus mailed questionnaires: a controlled comparison (2).
Pam Leece;Mohit Bhandari;Sheila A. Sprague;Marc F Swiontkowski.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2004)
Treatment of acute Achilles tendon ruptures: a systematic overview and metaanalysis.
Mohit Bhandari;Gordon H Guyatt;Farhan Siddiqui;Farrah Morrow.
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (2002)
Fracture vascularity and bone healing: a systematic review of the role of VEGF.
N.C. Keramaris;G.M. Calori;V.S. Nikolaou;E.H. Schemitsch.
Injury-international Journal of The Care of The Injured (2008)
Internet versus mailed questionnaires: a randomized comparison (2).
Pam Leece;Mohit Bhandari;Sheila Sprague;Marc F. Swiontkowski.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2004)
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