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Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics
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An assessment of the functional results of Supracondylar and Intercondylar fractures of distal femur treated with 95˚ angle blade plate
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Singh Sanat1*, K.K.Singh2, K.K. Dhruv3 and Netam Sujata4
1Associate Professor, Orthopaedic, Peoples College of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bhopal
2Associate Professor, Surgery, Peoples College of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bhopal
3Associate Professor, Chiryau Medical College and Hospital
BACKGROUND: The knee has become the most vulnerable of all joints since man has taken to traveling at high speeds in a squatting position with the leading edge composed of flexed hind limbs. These fracture have assumed importance for continuing controversies regarding their management. These fractures are considered to pose difficult problems for their management because of their malalignment, incongruity and insatability. The aim of treatment in all cases is one to obtain stable, mobile and painless joint. OBJECTIVE: To assess the functional results of the fractures of lower femur fractured treated by 95° Angle Blade Plate fixation. Material and. METHOD: This is an experimental study was carried out in a Medical College Hospital. A total of 17 patients were taken as sample and treated by Angle Blade Plate fixation. Stastical Analysis: Simple proportion and ratio. FINDINGS AND INTERPRETATION: On analysis it was found excellent results in 82.35% cases and satisfactory in 11.76% There was unsatisfactory results in 05.88% cases. The results of the present study were more or less in accordance of the findings of other studies conducted throughout globe by different authors.
Angle blade plate, Pain, Walking capacity.
Singh Sanat, KK Singh, KK Dhruv, Netam Sujata. An assessment of the functional results of Supracondylar and Intercondylar fractures of distal femur treated with 95˚ angle blade plate . Research J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics.2012;4(6): 346-348 .
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