OrthoFlow pocket orthopaedic specialist.

March 2019

General Practitioners

Welcome to OrthoFlow…the orthopaedic specialist in your pocket! This new way of learning is designed to help you diagnose and manage orthopaedic trauma with simple, easy to understand decision ‘Flows’ that quickly guide you to the correct diagnosis and management plan. With hundreds of unique diagrams and illustrations accompanying evidence based, clinically relevant information, OrthoFlow provides the knowledge you need for trauma and orthopaedics.

Developed by orthopaedic surgeons for all healthcare professionals who work with trauma & orthopaedic patients, this app allows you to access the decision making process of an orthopaedic specialist simply by turning on your phone.

If you work with orthopaedic trauma patients in primary care, accident & emergency, on an orthopaedic ward or in a fracture clinic, this app will provide you with quick, practical, easy to access knowledge to help you diagnose, formulate a management plan and understand the basic science of the injury you are treating.

Starting with the OrthoFlow skeleton, simply select the anatomical area of interest and follow the Flow… In a few clicks you’ll have your diagnosis and an easy to understand management plan.

Sorted! But what happens if someone asks you questions about the injury??

Don’t worry, we’ve got that covered too…

In the ‘Bare Bones’ section, common and relevant conditions and principles such as Compartment Syndrome, Open Fractures, Peripheral Nerves and Fixation Principles are covered so that you can hit the ground running. In the ‘Trauma Meeting’ section, we break down each injury into the relevant Anatomy, Investigations, Classification systems, Management options, Eponymous syndromes and much more…

If you are a medical student, intern, foundation doctor, surgical trainee, resident, registrar, emergency physician, nurse, physician’s assistant, nurse practitioner and you work with orthopaedic trauma… use OrthoFlow, the orthopaedic specialist in your pocket!

We actively take on board all suggestions for content and improvement and look forward to receiving your feedback – please email us support@orthoflow.org

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