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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Biochemical evaluation of the effect of biomaterials on long bone fractures stabilized with the application of positive profile end threaded stainless steel and titanium intramedullary pins in dogs

Author(s):
Ravi Kumar P, Devi Prasad V, Sreenu M, Venkata Naidu G and Raju NKB
Abstract:
The current study was conducted on long bone fractures in dogs to assess the suitability of positive profile end threaded pins made of stainless steel and titanium, as well as the effect of biomaterials on fracture healing augmentation. Based on preoperative radiographic evaluation, the cases were randomly divided into four groups of six dogs. The fractures were stabilized with self-tapping positive profile end threaded intramedullary pins made of stainless steel in group I and titanium in groups II, III, and IV. The fracture gap was left unfilled in groups I and II, filled with Osseograft and Osseomold in group III, and filled with Osseograft and Autogenous Cancellous graft in group IV. On the preoperative day, the 7th, 15th, 30th, 60th, and 90th postoperative days, haematological and biochemical parameters were recorded and compared between the groups. The values of both haematological and biochemical parameters were within the normal range throughout all of the periodic intervals and appeared to fluctuate in relation to fracture healing in different groups.
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How to cite this article:
Ravi Kumar P, Devi Prasad V, Sreenu M, Venkata Naidu G and Raju NKB. Biochemical evaluation of the effect of biomaterials on long bone fractures stabilized with the application of positive profile end threaded stainless steel and titanium intramedullary pins in dogs. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 1801-1803.

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