ANALYSIS OF OUTCOME OF PROXIMAL FEMORAL NAILING IN UNSTABLE TROCHANTERIC FRACTURES

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Mohammed Irshad Basha. A, Venkatachalam. K, Vijay Narasimman

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The development of implant designs to address these unstable fractures of the proximal femur, have got refined. This has significantly improved the surgical outcomes in managing these problematic fractures. The proximal femoral nail,  which was the implant used in this study, has established its distinct superiority in the instances of surgically managing displaced and unstable trochanteric fractures. Its unique advantages are that it is amenable to closed reduction whic h preserves the fracture hematoma. There is less  surgical insult. It enables early rehabilitation and early return to pre-injury activity status. Among them, displaced and unstable trochanteric fractures are in significant numbers. The development of implant designs to address these unstable fractures of the proximal femur, have got refined. This has significantly improved the surgical outcomes in managing these problematic fractures.

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Mohammed Irshad Basha. A, Venkatachalam. K, Vijay Narasimman. (2021). ANALYSIS OF OUTCOME OF PROXIMAL FEMORAL NAILING IN UNSTABLE TROCHANTERIC FRACTURES. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 2314 - 2333. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/350
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