Learn the anatomy of the shoulder in dislocation, an algorithmic approach to the shoulder dislocation, analgesic positions 1 & 2, and a range of techniques from A to Zero.
Learn how to reduce this rare dislocation with simple, anatomically based technique.
Learn how to diagnose and manage this unusual presentation with this 2 step technique.
Combine an angled approach with push and pull to minimise the amount of force needed to reduce an elbow.
Fingers and thumbs reduced with minimal force.
Learn 2 different techniques to reduce posterior hip dislocations.
How to reduce the only mortise joint in the body.
Simple treatments in the emergency department include posterior occipitocervical/C1–C2 fusion via transoral odontoidectomy or periodontoid tissue release. Stop, I'm joking! Diagnose this quickly, immobilise, don't touch anything and get a neurosurgeon involved ASAP. Click below for a link to a great review article on this rare but catastrophic dislocation.