Acta Ortopédica Mexicana

Rodríguez-Pozos E, Medina-Pontaza O, Quintela-Núñez del Prado H, Medina-Rodríguez F, Torres-González R, Takajashi-Medina FE, Quiroz-Williams J, Pérez-Hernández E, Barrera-García MI, Amaya-Zepeda RA
Evaluation of the educational intervention in orthopaedic and traumatology residents for the taking, measurement and preparations of the hamstring graft
Acta Ortop Mex 2019; 33 (2)

Language: Español
References: 10
Page: 102-106
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ABSTRACT

Introduction: The education process is understood as an activity focused on developing competencies through the use of educational tools and strategies that can be evaluated. The training of the residents in traumatology and orthopedics requires you to acquire knowledge and develop skills that will affect the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of the patient. Therefore, what will be the evaluation of the educational intervention on the theoretical and practical knowledge in this group of physicians on the technique of taking, measuring and preparation of hamstring graft for the reconstruction of anterior cruciate ligament? Material y methods: A prospective, quasi-experimental study was conducted to evaluate the impact of educational intervention in 23 Traumatology and orthopaedic residents on the use of hamstring in the anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction through theoretical sessions and Practice on cadaverous knees with preand post-intervention evaluations. Results: The correlation between the pre and post evaluation educational intervention, both theoretical and practical, was statistically significant (p = 0.004 and p = 0.4, respectively). Conclusion: The statistically significant correlation between preand post-educational intervention evaluations speaks of the value of learning strategies, in the case of this study, the intervention through a theoretical and practical session by a simulated patient promotes knowledge acquisition and development of skills.


Key words: Medical education, ligament, residents, reconstruction, skills.


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