Case Studies

Growth as a Corrective Force in the Early Treatment of Progressive Infantile Scoliosis

Mehta, M.D. FRCS., MH. Growth as a Corrective Force in the Early Treatment of Progressive Infantile Scoliosis. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2005; 87-B: p.1237-47

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CASE MANAGEMENT: Progressive Infantile Scoliosis

Kishan M.D., Shyam. CASE MANAGEMENT: Progressive Infantile Scoliosis. Advanced praxis. VOL. 11, Issue 5, September 2011.

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Serial Casting as a Delay Tactic in the Treatment of Moderate-to-Severe Early-onset Scoliosis

Fletcher, Nicholas D., et al. Serial Casting as a Delay Tactic in the Treatment of Moderate-to-Severe Early-onset Scoliosis. Journal of Pediatrics. Volume 00, Number 00, 2012.

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The E.D.F Technique in the Correction of Scoliosis

Cotrel, Yves and Georges Morel Revue de Chirurgie. The E.D.F Technique in the Correction of Scoliosis. Orthopedique et reparatrice de L’Appareil Moteur (Paris). Tome 50, 1964, no I, pp. 59 a 75.

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The Rib Vertebral Angle in the Early Diagnosis Between Resolving and Progressive Infantile Scoliosis

M. Mehta, MD., FRCS The Rib Vertebral Angle in the Early Diagnosis Between Resolving and Progressive Infantile Scoliosis. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 1972 May;54(2):230-43.

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Casting and Traction Treatment Methods for Scoliosis

Sanders, M.D., J., D’Astous M.D., J. Casting and Traction Treatment Methods for Scoliosis. Orthop Clin North Am. 2007 Oct;38(4):477-84.

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Cast Treatment of Infantile or Early Onset Scoliosis

Sanders, M.D., J., D’Astous M.D. Cast Treatment of Infantile or Early Onset Scoliosis Orthop Clin North Am. 2009 Jan. Volume 19, Issue 1.p. 2-5.

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Derotational Casting for Progressive Infantile Scoliosis

Sanders, M.D., J., D’Astous M.D. Derotational Casting for Progressive Infantile Scoliosis. JPediatr Orthop. Volume 29, Number 6, September 2009. p. 581 – 587.

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The Noel EDF Cast Frame is a required element in the Early Treatment corrective casting process for Progressive Infantile and Early Onset Scoliosis. If your hospital is interested in learning how to apply early treatment with Mehta casting please contact the Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program (ISOP)

 

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  • The adjustable safety bed eliminates potential hazards associated with repeated transfers of an anesthetized patient from prep bed to casting frame

 

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Noel Industries, Inc. warrants the structure, design and function of this product only if properly assembled and utilized for its intended purpose, which is to facilitate the Elongation De-Rotation Flexion Casting process. Noel Industries, Inc. cannot be responsible for treatment of patients or the application of this product by any treating physician and/or surgeon. It is recommended that specialists using the Noel EDF Cast Frame are trained and are otherwise familiar with the Elongation De-Rotation Flexion (EDF) casting process. The Noel EDF Cast Frame requires assembly; easy and detailed assembly instructions are included.


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