Comprised exclusively of clinical cases covering injuries to the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint, this concise, practical casebook will provide orthopedic surgeons and hand surgeons with the best real-world strategies to properly manage the multifaceted surgical techniques for management of the PIP. Each chapter is a case that opens with a unique clinical presentation, followed by a description of the diagnosis, assessment and management techniques used to treat it, as well as the case outcome and clinical pearls and pitfalls. Cases included illustrate both operative and non-operative treatment of volar fracture dislocations, dorsal block splinting and pinning, ORIF with screw fixation, volar plate and hemi hamate arthroplasty, PIP joint fusion, and pediatric PIP joint injuries, among others. Pragmatic and reader-friendly, PIP Joint Fracture Dislocations: A Clinical Casebook will be an excellent resource for orthopedic surgeons and Hand surgeons confronted with both common and complex fractures to the PIP joint.
This study paper investigates the relation between women and men's life stages in Denmark, and their time allocation in paid work, household work, childcare, and leisure time, and, in particular, how this allocation changes when moving from one stage to another stage. The study uses a new Danish panel dataset merged with Danish administrative register data, which allows for analyzing the impact of individual endogenous characteristics of the respondents, such as preferences for doing specific activities. It has been found that the labor supply of fathers of preschool children is not different from that of young men without children, while there is a negative correlation between mothers of preschool children and young women's labor supply. In comparing fathers and mothers of school children with those of preschool children, the study finds a positive correlation in both genders' labor supply. However, fixed effects estimations do not result in a reduction in mothers, nor in fathers, to preschool children's labor supply, indicating that there are some inborn characteristics for the other life-stage changes, which are not revealed by doing ordinary cross-sectional analyses.
Being prepared is not as easy as it sounds. There are things we all need to prepare for in our every day lives, and taking the time to think about living a more prepared way of life may leaving you wonder where to begin. Taking preparedness to a simple level, and breaking down being prepared from A to Z, everything you could think of in what it takes to be prepared in a simple process, A to Z. Learning to be prepared and living a more self-reliant life doesn't have to be overwhelming. In this series, we break down wheat it means to be prepared, and the simple things you can do in order to make that happen. Each book focuses on preparedness and self reliant topics that start with the letter. B is for bug-out bags, bug-out locations, bread, butter, books, and balance. This isn't your typical book of lists of things you need for prepping, we give you information of what you need to have, and why it is important. There is a lot of information available on bug out bags, but we break it down, piece by piece of what you need to have in your bug-out bag and why. We also go deeper, and discuss preparing bug out bags for your children, as well as your animals. We also discuss making your own butter and bread, and give you recipes to practice with. Each of these topics are broken down to simple terms giving you a good base of information on each topic. If you have ever wondered what it means to be prepared, but don't want to get overwhelmed with too much information, this might be a great series for you!
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