AAOS


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AcronymDefinition
AAOSAmerican Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
AAOSAnalysis of Aspect Oriented Software
AAOSAnn Arbor Orchid Society (Michigan)
AAOSAssociated Arts of Ocean Shores (est. 1974; Ocean Shores, WA)
AAOSArmy Aviation Operations Section
AAOSAcoustic Artillery Observer Subsystem
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The AAOS AUCs provides clinicians with algorithms on how to optimally treat an orthopaedic injury or condition, including hypothetical scenarios and possible treatments, ranked for appropriateness based on the latest research and clinical expertise and experience.
BACKPACK SAFETY TIPS AAOS and POSNA recommend the following tips to help eliminate discomfort and reduce the risk of backpack-related injuries.
In order to prevent injuries, the AAOS offers the following helpful tips on buying properly fitting shoes for children:
In an effort to reduce the number and severity of firework-related injuries treated by orthopaedic surgeons, the AAOS recommends the following safety guidelines for trained adults who choose to use fireworks:
The writing panel combined clinical expertise with evidence-based information from the AAOS Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guideline on Treatment of Osteoarthritis of the Knee to create a list of patient indications, assumptions, and treatments.
To trim lawn mower-related injuries, the AAOS recommends the following safety guidelines:
AAOS and POSNA SAFETY TIPS AAOS and POSNA recommend the following tips to help eliminate discomfort and reduce the risk of backpack-related injuries.
The AAOS research, which involved more than 2,000 respondents nationally and another 4,000, total, in select urban areas, found that nearly four out of 10 Americans say they have personally witnessed a distracted walking incident, and just over a quarter (26 percent) say they have been in an incident themselves.
Along with AAOS, the headquarters' equity partners include the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, the American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons, and the OLC.
Chair of the AAOS Biomedical Engineering Committee and surgeon William Mihalko, M.
AAOS executive vice president, in the Forum article.
According to AAOS, hip replacements are expected to last at least 10 years and knee replacements 15-20 years.