Tibia Fractures: Compartment pressure monitoring does not predict compartment syndrome
Continuous Compartment Pressure Monitoring for Tibia Fractures: Does It Influence Outcome?J Trauma. 2006 Jun;60(6):1330-5; discussion 1335
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200 patients, with acute extra-articular tibia fractures (174 available for follow-up with 177 fractures) were included in a study comparing continuous compartment pressure monitoring to clinical observation for effectiveness in detecting the occurrence of compartment syndrome. Patients were randomized to receive compartment pressure monitoring or usual care (nonmonitoring). After 6 months or at f...
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