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Adult Distal Third Humeral Shaft Fractures: Results of Treatment by Elastic Nail

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Hawler Private Hospital, Erbil, IRAQ

Int. Res. J. Medical Sci., Volume 3, Issue (10), Pages 1-5, October,28 (2015)

Abstract

Debate proceeds over insert choice when surgical mediation is regarded vital in the administration of diaphyseal breaks of the distal third humerus. We exhibit a progression of patients in which we utilized a flexible intramedullary nail to deal with an assortment of distal third humeral breaks and examine the down to earth points of interest which we feel this strategy offers.This is a forthcoming study done in erbil private doctor's facility in Erbil Kurdistan area, for administration of distal third humerusshaft, study included 42 patients of 20 to 62 years of age. Patients were dealt with by insignificantly obtrusive adaptable nail obsession as new methodology. The patients enrolled and took after more than 12 month period (Jun. 2010 - Nov.2013). Our study results give new proof that grows the incorporation criteria for this treatment and demonstrates that TENS can be effectively utilized paying little mind to break area , example and age, with superb union rate , low contamination rate, early release from hospital, no brace , no equipment disappointment.

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