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18) Pape and colleagues performed a meta-analysis of 114 papers in the trauma literature concerning the validity of early fracture fixation in the setting of the multiply-injured patient.
Careful evaluation of the soft tissue envelope was the key factor in timing of definitive fracture fixation, as well as the major predictor of certain complications like infection and delayed wound healing.
Fracture fixation with cerclage techniques have been described utilizing both wires and sutures, especially for long, oblique fracture patterns.
The contract is for the successive delivery implants for fracture fixation with unpaid made available to the contracting authority with the necessary tools (instruments) for implantation of the products.
The bone-pin or bone-wire interface is vital in attaining a stable construct for fracture fixation and healing.
The objective of this project is to look at the feasibility of developing a biodegradable bone glue for fracture fixation in orthopaedic surgery.
1 However, before the introduction of modern fracture fixation techniques, dens fractures often were treated by supervised neglect because there were no promising methods for stable external fixation that permitted early patient mobilization.
The major product segments analyzed are Reconstructive Sector (Hip Implants, Knee Implants, & Extremities), Fracture Fixation, Arthroscopy, Spinal Implants, and Other Products.
The contract is the delivery of implants, fracture fixation and bone cement (CPV-33183100-7, 33141770-8, 33697110-6, 33141626-4).
This analysis examines the complication rates and outcomes associated with the use of newer generation interlocked intramedullary nails as compared to older modalities of fracture fixation in realized pathologic fractures.
The Company's expertise in metallurgy and fracture fixation has been honed for over fifty years and is now being applied to the Medartis product line.