Acute shoulder dislocations can be effectively managed by closed reduction maneuvers," says lead study author Thomas Youm, MD, clinical assistant professor, New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases.
What does CR stand for?
CR stands for Closed Reduction
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- Clarification Report
- Clarification Request
- Class of Restriction (telephony)
- Class Representative (in colleges of India)
- Clean Run
- Clear Record
- Clinical Research
- Close Range
- Close Ratio (gearbox staging)
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Following five unsuccessful attempts at closed reduction under procedural sedation, the patient was brought to the operating room, where closed reduction under general anesthesia was performed.
In the first instance, this involves a closed reduction under general anaesthetic.
Some hospitals had an additional 'procedure room' for minor procedures such as abscess drainage and closed reduction of fractures, but these cases were excluded because recording was inconsistent.
Early treatment of arytenoid subluxation includes direct laryngoscopy and closed reduction of the subluxated arytenoid with the patient under general anaesthesia or under local anaesthesia with intravenous sedation.
Similarly, it is clinically assumed that patients with internal fixation (ORIF) and closed reduction by Plaster of Paris should be able to learn ambulation with crutches or frame faster than those on traction.
In the patient history, the examining physician noted that the patient had a closed reduction of a hip fracture and had spent a week in the hospital before being discharged 1 week earlier.
10) The treatment of nasoethmoid orbital fractures has progressed from closed reduction and secondary treatment, which often led to poor results, to primary open reduction and fixation with plates and screws, which is now the gold standard.