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Ankle Arthrodesis mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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Ankle Arthrodesis surgery instruments

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What to expect during Ankle Arthrodesis

During an ankle arthrodesis, different joints are fused together to prevent movement. This is commonly done when a patient suffers from arthritis in the joint, abnormalities caused by being flatfooted, or neurological issues in any of the joints. A “triple” arthrodesis means that three joints are being fused, and those are the subtalar, talonavicular, and calcaneocuboid joints. X-rays will be taken throughout the surgery, so it is important to wear lead to protect yourself. Positioning Supine with bump under the calf if requested Drapes 3/4 sheet, blue sticky U drape, extremity drape Step 1: Preoperative Preparations Once anesthesia has been…
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