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Guri Ranum EkåsMD PhD
Guri Ekås is an orthopedic surgeon and sports physician specializing in knee injuries. She combines clinical and academic work, with a focus on ACL injuries, particularly in the pediatric population.
On the 5th of March 2020, Guri defended her PhD thesis; "Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries – management, treatment rationale and long-term outcomes", at Ullevål University Hospital. As part of this project, she has conducted clinical, functional and radiological follow-up of 50 young adults who have sustained an ACL injury during childhood.
She participated in the the recent 2018 IOC Consensus meeting on the management of pediatric ACL injuries and contributed to the IOC consensus statement following this meeting. Guri has also been working on a systematic review on new meniscal injuries after ACL injury.
Furthermore, Guri has been involved in sports medicine since 2010, working as a team physician for soccer, cycling and skiing. Since 2015 she has been team physician for the national ski jumping teams in Norway. During her PhD period, her affiliations were University of Oslo, Oslo University Hospital (Ullevål) and Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre (OSTRC). She currently holds positions as university lecturer at Oslo University and consultant at Akershus University Hospital.
Author Takeaway Videos: The American Journal of Sports Medicine: https://journals.sagepub.com/page/ajs/suppl/video-author-interviews
Young athlete - podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/acl-injuries-in-young-athletes-dr-guri-ek%C3%A5s/id1465535611?i=1000449034904
Project manager: Håvard Moksnes
Evidence Too Weak to Guide Surgical Treatment Decisions for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury: A Systematic Review of the Risk of New Meniscal Tears After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
Ekås, Guri Ranum; Ardern, Clare L; Grindem, Hege; Engebretsen, Lars
British Journal of Sports Medicine 2020:54(9):520–527
Knee pathology in young adults after paediatric ACL injury - a prospective case series of 47 patients with a mean 9.5-yr follow-up
Ekås, Guri Ranum; Laane, Marit Mjelde; Larmo, Arne; Moksnes, Håvard; Grindem, Hege; Risberg, May Arna; Engebretsen, Lars
American Journal of Sports Medicine 2019 Jun;47(7):1557-1566
2018 International Olympic Committee Consensus statement on prevention, diagnosis, and management of pediatric anterior cruciate ligament injuries
Ardern, Claire; Ekås, Guri; Grindem, Hege; Moksnes, Håvard; Anderson, AF; Chotel, F; Cohen, Michael; Forssblad, Michael; Ganley, TJ; Feller, JA; Karlsson, Jon; Kocher, MS; LaPrade, RF; McNamee, M; Mandelbaum, Bent; Micheli, L; Mohtadi, Nicholas; Reider, Bruce; Roe, JP; Seil, Romain; Siebold, R; Silvers-Granelli, Holly; Soligard, Torbjørn; Witvrouw, Eric; Engebretsen, Lars
Orthop J Sports Med 2018:21:6(3):2325967118759953
Ekås, Guri Ranum; Ardern, Claire; Grindem, Hege; Engebretsen, Lars
British Journal of Sports Medicine 2018:52(6):386