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Keywords : Conservative treatment


Comprehensive study of surgical treatments of fracture of patella

Dr. Vinayak Prabhu, Dr. Sharat Balemane, Dr. Ullas Mahesh, Dr. H Manjunath

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 1563-1567

Introduction: Fracture patella is seen in all age groups but less common below 20 years of age. The most common cause of patellar fractures is road traffic accident, direct trauma or forcible pull of quadriceps. Fracture of patella accounts approximately 1% of all skeletal injuries.
Materials and Methodology: The study was a randomized, comparative study conducted from July 1st 2014 to December 31st 2015, at Tertiary center on 50 consenting patients who came to the department of orthopedics and on evaluation was diagnosed to have patellar fractures following which they were randomized to one of the following treatment modality
Conclusion: We concluded that tension band wiring was better as it yielded steady and consistent results

AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY TO ASSESS FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME WITH VARIOUS METHODS OF MANAGEMENT OF INTRA- ARTICULAR FRACTURE OF CALCANEUM

Dr. Nashit Ansari, Dr. Satya Phanindra Kurella, Dr. Shubham Gupta, Dr. Vipul kumar, Dr. Arvind kumar .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 1842-1852

Aim and objectives: The present study assessed the functional outcome with various methods of management of intra-articular fracture of calcaneum.
Materials and method: This prospective randomized clinical study assessed the functional outcome with various methods of management of intra-articular fracture of calcaneum. The study was conducted on acute fracture of calcaneum admitted and treated in Muzaffarnagar Medical College, Muzaffarnagar UP. The student t-test was used for comparing the mean values between the 2 groups whereas chi-square test was applied for comparing the frequency. The p-value was considered to be significant when less than 0.05.
Results: The mean age of the study population was 45.90±20.57 (range = 11-80) years. There were 9 (30.0%) females and 21 (70.0%) males among the study population.
Ankle Society (AOFAS) Ankle Hindfoot scoring system was significantly more among Surgical treatment compared to the Conservative treatment. The mean Bohler Angle 3 months post-operatively and 6 months post-operatively was significantly more among Conservative treatment compared to Surgical treatment. Wound-healing complications were significantly more among Surgical treatment compared to the Conservative treatment.
Conclusion: The reason behind the improved results with open reduction and internal fixation in our series may be due to less traumatic techniques and stronger but malleable implants. Also locking plates for calcaneum decrease the need for bone graft, allow early weight bearing and it provides rigidity especially in osteoporotic cancellous bone.Aim and objectives: The present study assessed the functional outcome with various methods of management of intra-articular fracture of calcaneum.
Materials and method: This prospective randomized clinical study assessed the functional outcome with various methods of management of intra-articular fracture of calcaneum. The study was conducted on acute fracture of calcaneum admitted and treated in Muzaffarnagar Medical College, Muzaffarnagar UP. The student t-test was used for comparing the mean values between the 2 groups whereas chi-square test was applied for comparing the frequency. The p-value was considered to be significant when less than 0.05.
Results: The mean age of the study population was 45.90±20.57 (range = 11-80) years. There were 9 (30.0%) females and 21 (70.0%) males among the study population.
Ankle Society (AOFAS) Ankle Hindfoot scoring system was significantly more among Surgical treatment compared to the Conservative treatment. The mean Bohler Angle 3 months post-operatively and 6 months post-operatively was significantly more among Conservative treatment compared to Surgical treatment. Wound-healing complications were significantly more among Surgical treatment compared to the Conservative treatment.
Conclusion: The reason behind the improved results with open reduction and internal fixation in our series may be due to less traumatic techniques and stronger but malleable implants. Also locking plates for calcaneum decrease the need for bone graft, allow early weight bearing and it provides rigidity especially in osteoporotic cancellous bone.
Aim and objectives: The present study assessed the functional outcome with various methods of management of intra-articular fracture of calcaneum.
Materials and method: This prospective randomized clinical study assessed the functional outcome with various methods of management of intra-articular fracture of calcaneum. The study was conducted on acute fracture of calcaneum admitted and treated in Muzaffarnagar Medical College, Muzaffarnagar UP. The student t-test was used for comparing the mean values between the 2 groups whereas chi-square test was applied for comparing the frequency. The p-value was considered to be significant when less than 0.05.
Results: The mean age of the study population was 45.90±20.57 (range = 11-80) years. There were 9 (30.0%) females and 21 (70.0%) males among the study population.
Ankle Society (AOFAS) Ankle Hindfoot scoring system was significantly more among Surgical treatment compared to the Conservative treatment. The mean Bohler Angle 3 months post-operatively and 6 months post-operatively was significantly more among Conservative treatment compared to Surgical treatment. Wound-healing complications were significantly more among Surgical treatment compared to the Conservative treatment.
Conclusion: The reason behind the improved results with open reduction and internal fixation in our series may be due to less traumatic techniques and stronger but malleable implants. Also locking plates for calcaneum decrease the need for bone graft, allow early weight bearing and it provides rigidity especially in osteoporotic cancellous bone.
 

THE CURRENT STATE OF THE PROBLEM OF PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO VICTIMS WITH ACETABULAR INJURIES IN THE BUKHARA REGION

E. Yu. Valiev; A. S Yakhyoev; J.Yu. Jabbarov; Khasanov Z. R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1440-1445

In recent years, there has been an increase in patients with acetabular fractures, while the rates of unsatisfactory treatment results and disability remain high. There is a widespread trend, as well as in the Bukhara region, to increase the number of patients with injuries of the acetabulum. The difficulties of diagnosis and the choice of treatment tactics remain relevant. Low rates of active surgical tactics for treating injuries, which affects the results of treatment. There is a need for a more in-depth study of this problem with the introduction of modern methods of damage visualization and the development of minimally invasive treatment methods