Abstract
RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF LONG – TERM RESULTS OF BLOCKED INTRAMEDULLARY OSTEOSYNTHESIS IN PATIENTS WITH LONG TUBULAR BONES FRACTURES

*Dr. Azim Sharipovich Muminov

ABSTRACT

The current research work based to analysis of long-term results of application of Blocked Intramedullary Osteosynthesis (BIOS) in 276 patients with long tubular bones fractures. As purpose was used the intramedullary nails of ChM Company and also femoral GAMMA nails under roentgen navigation, that allowed nontraumatic introduction of nail into bone-morrow canal with closed reposition of bone fragments. The long-term results analysis of patients in 8-12 months, showed the good anatomic and functional results in 199 (72, 1%) cases, unsatisfactory results no registered. Thereby, the BIOS technique is the modern and noninvasive. is allowed to create the stable fixation at early postoperative period with preservation endosteal blood supply, which is providing the optimal bone reparative osteogenesis.

Keywords: fracture, tubular bones, intramedullary osteosynthesis.


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