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The Patient's Second Hip Fracture - One in Ten.

C Downey, S Flannery, E H Abd Wahab, D Askin, P O'Kelly, C P Shortt, B J O'Daly, J F Quinlan,

Introduction The number of fragility hip fractures (>60 years) are estimated to triple/quadruple by 2050. It is estimated that the prevalence of patient's contralateral hip fractures (HF2s) will increase also. Methods Single hospital, Retrospective review, 2013-2017, Radiograph review, n = 822. Results Management of patient's 2nd hip fractures accounted for ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2020, 113(6):93]

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Hip Fracture and the Weekend Effect in an Irish Trauma Hospital

C Downey, S Flannery, A Izydorczyk, J F Quinlan,

Aims We examined the relationship between the 1-year mortality (OYM) rate and (i) those admitted at the weekend, (ii) those who underwent surgery at the weekend and (iii) those admitted during the NCHD changeover months (January & July) for the management of hip fracture in Tallaght University Hospital (TUH). Methods Admissions to TUH ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2019, 112(6):949]

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Subtrochanteric Femur Fractures in an Irish Trauma Centre over 9 years: How the Impact of Hospital Coding on Diagnosis of Subtrochanteric Femur Fractures Leads to Inaccurate Occurrence Rates

E I Coveney, E Harriz, B Gibney, J F Quinlan,

Aim Our aim was to assess the occurrence rates of subtrochanteric femur fractures in an orthopaedic tertiary referral centre and to assess the correlation of patient’s actual diagnosis with national hospital inpatient enquiry data. Methods Retrospective data from 2005-2014 was collected from an orthopaedic tertiary referral centre. A revision of all fractures coded ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2018, 111(6):770]

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Emergency Aeromedical Services in Ireland: A Single-Centre Study in 2014.

G A Sheridan, D Cooper, J P Gibbons, O Breathnach, J F Quinlan,

This retrospective analysis includes patients requiring Emergency Aeromedical Services (EAS) in 2014. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the HEMS service in a single centre and to accurately assess whether certain internationally validated criteria can predict admission rates better than the currently used criteria. Using the American College ... Read more >>

Ir Med J (Irish medical journal)
[2017, 110(3):531]

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Emergency aeromedical services in Ireland: a retrospective study for "MEDEVAC112".

J P Gibbons, O Breathnach, J F Quinlan,

<h4>Aim</h4>This is a retrospective analysis of all consecutive patients requiring emergency aeromedical services (EAS) to a level II trauma centre. This analysis was performed to evaluate the new service to Tallaght Hospital in terms of: the criteria used for dispatch, an estimate of baseline efficiency of time critical management of ... Read more >>

Ir J Med Sci (Irish journal of medical science)
[2017, 186(1):33-39]

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Surgical treatment of articular cartilage defects in the knee: are we winning?

A R Memon, J F Quinlan,

Articular cartilage (AC) injury is a common disorder. Numerous techniques have been employed to repair or regenerate the cartilage defects with varying degrees of success. Three commonly performed techniques include bone marrow stimulation, cartilage repair, and cartilage regeneration. This paper focuses on current level of evidence paying particular attention to ... Read more >>

Adv Orthop (Advances in orthopedics)
[2012, 2012:528423]

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High grade splenic rupture in an elite Rugby Union player.

J F Quinlan, C J McCarthy, B McGlone, D J Magee,

The authors present the case of an amateur under-18 international squad Rugby Union player who sustained a Grade III splenic rupture while scoring a try. He was admitted to hospital and treated with strict bedrest following initial computed tomography (CT) evaluation. He maintained hemodynamic stability throughout and registered no drop ... Read more >>

J Sports Med Phys Fitness (The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness)
[2010, 50(1):68-71]

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Co-existent medial collateral ligament injury seen following transient patellar dislocation: observations at magnetic resonance imaging.

J F Quinlan, C Farrelly, G Kelly, S Eustace,

This study reports on a series of patients who were diagnosed as having had a transient lateral patellar dislocation by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The images were reviewed with specific reference to the medial collateral ligament (MCL), a heretofore undescribed concomitant injury. Eighty patients were diagnosed on MRI as having ... Read more >>

Br J Sports Med (British journal of sports medicine)
[2010, 44(6):411-414]

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Isolated proximal tibiofibular joint dislocation in an elite rugby union player.

S MacGiobain, J F Quinlan, N O'Malley, D Brophy, W R Quinlan,

The case is presented of a professional international rugby union player who sustained an isolated proximal tibiofibular dislocation in a training ground injury. Diagnosis was made based on clinical details, plain radiography and magnetic resonance imaging. An initial attempt at closed reduction failed. Open reduction and internal fixation were subsequently ... Read more >>

Br J Sports Med (British journal of sports medicine)
[2008, 42(4):306-307]

Cited: 8 times

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Quantification of the coupled motion that occurs with axial rotation and lateral bending of the head-neck complex: an experimental examination.

M Senouci, D FitzPatrick, J F Quinlan, H Mullett, L Coffey, D McCormack,

The vertebrae of the cervical spine exhibit out-of-plane or coupled motion during axial rotation and lateral bending. Quantifying the range of motion (ROM) of this occurrence can aid the understanding of cervical spine injury mechanisms and disorders, as well as the development of new treatment methods. Previous studies have formulated ... Read more >>

Proc Inst Mech Eng H (Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part H, Journal of engineering in medicine)
[2007, 221(8):913-919]

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In-cement technique for revision hip arthroplasty.

J F Quinlan, K O'Shea, F Doyle, O H Brady,

The in-cement technique for revision hip arthroplasty involves retaining the original cement-bone interface. This has been proven to be a biomechanically stronger method than recementing after complete removal of the original cement mantle. This study reviewed a series of 54 consecutive revision hip arthroplasty procedures, using the in-cement technique, between ... Read more >>

J Bone Joint Surg Br (The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume)
[2006, 88(6):730-733]

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The use of the Zebris motion analysis system for measuring cervical spine movements in vivo.

J F Quinlan, H Mullett, R Stapleton, D FitzPatrick, D McCormack,

The cervical spine exhibits the greatest range of motion among the spinal segments due to the complex interaction of its triplanar components of movement. As a result, measurement of movements of the cervical spine and of the various orthoses used in cervical spine injuries has proved difficult with no one ... Read more >>

Proc Inst Mech Eng H (Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part H, Journal of engineering in medicine)
[2006, 220(8):889-896]

Cited: 9 times

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The usefulness of computed tomography following open reduction and internal fixation of acetabular fractures.

K O'Shea, J F Quinlan, K Waheed, O H Brady,

<h4>Purpose</h4>To investigate the role of a supplemental imaging modality in postoperative assessment of acetabular fractures following open reduction and internal fixation.<h4>Methods</h4>Postoperative axial computed tomographic (CT) scans were compared with plain radiographs of 20 patients with regard to their sensitivity for detecting articular fracture reduction in terms of gap displacement and ... Read more >>

J Orthop Surg (Hong Kong) (Journal of orthopaedic surgery (Hong Kong))
[2006, 14(2):127-132]

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The need for multidisciplinary management of patients with upper thoracic spine fractures caused by high-velocity impact: a review of 32 surgically stabilised cases.

J F Quinlan, J A Harty, J M O'Byrne,

<h4>Purpose</h4>To analyse the characteristics of patients who underwent surgery for fractures of the upper thoracic spine (T1-T6) in our institution. The thoracic spine is supported by the rib cage and associated ligaments; therefore, displacement and fracture of the upper thoracic spine in healthy young adults require a great force. The ... Read more >>

J Orthop Surg (Hong Kong) (Journal of orthopaedic surgery (Hong Kong))
[2005, 13(1):34-39]

Cited: 2 times

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Anthropometrical analysis of cervical spine injuries.

J A Harty, J F Quinlan, J G Kennedy, M Walsh, J M O'Byrne,

<h4>Unlabelled</h4>To date the principal focus of the mechanism of cervical spine fracture has been directed towards head/neck circumference and vertebral geometric dimensions. However the role of other measurements, including chest circumference and neck length, in a standard cervical fracture population has not yet been studied in detail. Cervical fractures often ... Read more >>

Injury (Injury)
[2004, 35(3):249-252]

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Pectoralis major tendon ruptures: when to operate.

J F Quinlan, M Molloy, B J Hurson,

The treatment of pectoralis major tendon ruptures has been the subject of much debate. The classical history of the injury is forced abduction and external rotation. The cases of two patients (an amateur rugby union player and a recreational snowboarder) are reported. The diagnosis was made by clinical examination in ... Read more >>

Br J Sports Med (British journal of sports medicine)
[2002, 36(3):226-228]

Cited: 25 times

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An artificial gene for human porphobilinogen synthase allows comparison of an allelic variation implicated in susceptibility to lead poisoning.

E K Jaffe, M Volin, C R Bronson-Mullins, R L Dunbrack, J Kervinen, J Martins, J F Quinlan, M H Sazinsky, E M Steinhouse, A T Yeung,

Porphobilinogen synthase (PBGS) is an ancient enzyme essential to tetrapyrrole biosynthesis (e.g. heme, chlorophyll, and vitamin B(12)). Two common alleles encoding human PBGS, K59 and N59, have been correlated with differential susceptibility of humans to lead poisoning. However, a model for human PBGS based on homologous crystal structures shows the ... Read more >>

J Biol Chem (The Journal of biological chemistry)
[2000, 275(4):2619-2626]

Cited: 15 times

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An assessment of the potential adverse properties of fluorescent tracer dyes used for groundwater tracing.

M S Field, R G Wilhelm, J F Quinlan, T J Aley,

The potential ecotoxicity of fluorescent dyes used in tracing, and their possible effects on human health, were evaluated by reviewing available toxicological information for 12 dyes - fluorescein, Lissamine Flavine FF, Rhodamine WT, Rhodamine B, Sulpho Rhodamine G, Sulpho Rhodamine B, eosin, pyranine, Phorwite BBH Pure, Tinopal 5BM GX, Tinopal ... Read more >>

Environ Monit Assess (Environmental monitoring and assessment)
[1995, 38(1):75-96]

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Cattle tick identification and seasonal variation in infestation rates in Paraguay.

J F Quinlan, C A Scarone, J L Laneri,

A study of cattle ticks (Ixodoidea) in 2 locations in Paraguay showed Boophilus microplus to be the most prevalent. Seasonal infestation rates were studied over a year as also was the effect of acaricide treatment on weight gain, which proved to be insignificant. ... Read more >>

Trop Anim Health Prod (Tropical animal health and production)
[1980, 12(4):259-264]

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The presence of Babesia bovis (B. argentina) in Paraguay.

J F Quinlan,

Trop Anim Health Prod (Tropical animal health and production)
[1978, 10(3):178]

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Radio-Activated Elements in Medicine.

J F Quinlan,

Cal West Med (California and western medicine)
[1941, 55(6):283]

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Hypoglycemia: In Relation to the Anxiety States and the Degenerative Diseases.

J F Quinlan,

Cal West Med (California and western medicine)
[1938, 49(6):446-450]

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Significance of Occult Blood in Stools by the Benzidin Method.

J F Quinlan,

Cal West Med (California and western medicine)
[1933, 39(4):254-256]

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