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Keeping the Traction on in Orthopaedics.

Curēus 2020 August 26
The trauma and orthopaedic speciality continues to advance as surgery becomes more accessible and safe. However, the bygone days of treatment with traction still has its merits and should remain a part of practitioner's repertoire. This will allow the practitioners to be resourceful in times of unexpected scenarios. We aim to write this article to describe indications, applications of various forms of traction, and their relevant complications.

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