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Fracture TypeCase TitleCase DetailsOutcome
Tibial FractureMY01 Continuous Compartment Pressure Monitor Helps Avoid a FasciotomyMale in his 30s had a bicondylar tibial fracture caused by high energy trauma, presenting with localized blister wound swelling. The patient’s injury, age and clinical signs pointed towards ACS.Fasciotomy Avoided

Tibial FractureContinuous Compartment Pressure Monitor Aids in the Early Diagnosis of ACS21 yo male gets into a motor vehicle accident, resulting in a midshaft tibial fracture. No clinical signs of ACS.Early Diagnosis of ACS
Forearm FractureContinuous Compartment Pressure Monitor Could Have Avoided an Unnecessary Fasciotomy34 yo female fell down 15 stairs, resulting in L radius segmental and L ulna midshaftFasciotomy Avoided
Forearm FractureMY01 Continuous Compartment Pressure Monitor aids in early diagnosis of ACS37 yo male fell from a 6-foot ladder, resulting in right elbow transolecranon fracture with right radial head fracture. No clinical signs of ACS when admitted or the device was inserted.Early Diagnosis of ACS