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Vol. 12, Special Issue 12 (2023)

Biochemical evaluation in femur fracture repair of dogs using mALPS and PAX plating and plate-rod construct techniques

Author(s):
Swaroop GL, Dr. Dilipkumar D, Dr. Bhagavantappa B, Dr. Venkatgiri, Dr. Manjunath Patil and Dr. Bijurkar RJ
Abstract:
24 clinical cases of dogs having femoral fractures were randomly divided into 4 groups (I, II, III and IV) consisting of 6 dogs in each group. Group I animals of femoral fractures were treated with modified Advanced Locking Plate System (mALPS). Group II animals of femoral fractures were treated with Polyaxial Locking Plate System (PAX). Group III animals of femoral fractures were treated with plate-rod construct using mALPS and group IV animals of femoral fractures were treated with plate-rod construct using PAX. Biochemical parameters were evaluated on day 0th, 15th, 30th, 60th and 90th post-operatively. There was increase in serum alkaline phosphatase at 30th and 60th day. There was significant increase in serum calcium level on 15th day and serum phosphorous should non-significant changes, by 90th day all the biochemical parameters were with in the normal physiological limits in all the groups.
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How to cite this article:
Swaroop GL, Dr. Dilipkumar D, Dr. Bhagavantappa B, Dr. Venkatgiri, Dr. Manjunath Patil and Dr. Bijurkar RJ. Biochemical evaluation in femur fracture repair of dogs using mALPS and PAX plating and plate-rod construct techniques. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 1228-1230.

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