Orthogeriatrics: The Management of Older Patients with Fragility Fractures

There is a need for coordinated, multi-disciplinary models of care to achieve the best outcomes for patients with fragility fractures.

Open access book providing essential, practical knowledge on how best to manage fractures in elderly patients and how to develop clinical systems that do so reliably. Attention is given on how to provide best practice in countries where the discipline of geriatric medicine is not well-established and resources for secondary prevention are scarce.


Co-author, Professor Takeshi Sawaguchi, Toyama Municipal Hospital, Japan

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