Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 023 – Shoulder: Dislocations

18 Dec

This is a fun one. We all love a good dislocation.

I cannot recommend enough. Spend some time there, get a room, enjoy the view. There’s some great stuff on there.

If you’re into papers then this one from Neil Cunningham from a few years ago has some great stuff in it.

Here’s a video of the technique in action

Image credits: Shoulder dislocation with fracture greater tuberosity Rupture long head biceps.

PS apologies for audio on this one. Levels were set wrong.

6 thoughts on “Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 023 – Shoulder: Dislocations

  1. Thanks for the great lecture Andy.
    Is there a risk of entrapping the fractured greater tuberosity during the reduction, if there is such an avulsion injury?

  2. Pingback: EMDutch Review – Jan 2014 | EMDutch

  3. Pingback: The LITFL Review 089

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *