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Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part E (2019)

Autologous bone grafts vs bone graft substitutes in fracture healing in a tertiary care hospital of North India: A comparative study

Author(s): Dr. Noel Sukhjit Singh and Dr. Bobby John
Abstract: Today as a result of rapid urbanization and mechanization there has been a rapid increase in the rate of trauma. As a result of this the treatment of post-traumatic conditions such as delayed unions, non- unions, malunions and other problems has become very challenging. In most cases it is possible to treat a fracture by restoring the alignment and stable fixation of the bone. However, in many cases additional measures such as bone grafting or bone transport are required to bring about bone healing or fill defects. This study will be comparing the efficacy and complications of bone grafts and bone graft substitutes and determining if bone graft substitutes are a worthy alternative to the conventional autologous bone graft.
Pages: 265-268  |  1001 Views  243 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Noel Sukhjit Singh, Dr. Bobby John. Autologous bone grafts vs bone graft substitutes in fracture healing in a tertiary care hospital of North India: A comparative study. Int J Surg Sci 2019;3(3):265-268. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33545/surgery.2019.v3.i3e.179
International Journal of Surgery Science