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Vol. 12, Issue 2 (2023)

Evaluation of Steinmann pin and Intramedullary interlocking nail on physiological and biochemical parameters for tibia fracture repair in bovines

Author(s):
Vijay Kumar, D Dilip Kumar, B Bhagvantappa, MD Suranagi, H Sandeep and Manjunath Patil
Abstract:
The study was carried to compare the effect of two surgical techniques on physiological and biochemical parameters before and after fracture repair of tibial bone in bovines. The animals were divide into two groups with six animals in each group. One group Animal’s with tibia fracture were operated using Steinmann pin as implant and another group, animals were operated with intramedullary interlocking nail. The physiological viz. heart rate, respiratory rate and rectal temperature and biochemical parameters like serum calcium, phosphorous and alkaline phosphatase were assessed at regular intervals of fracture healing. Biochemical and physiological parameters alone were insubstantial in the assessment of fracture healing and should be correlated clinically and radiologically for an all-encompassing, accurate Evaluation of fracture healing.
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How to cite this article:
Vijay Kumar, D Dilip Kumar, B Bhagvantappa, MD Suranagi, H Sandeep, Manjunath Patil. Evaluation of Steinmann pin and Intramedullary interlocking nail on physiological and biochemical parameters for tibia fracture repair in bovines. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(2):1710-1714.

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