Effect of locking compression plate on the treatment of limb fracture and the effect of operative success rate and postoperative recovery time

HanPing Huang (Nanjing Nanhua orthopedic hospital)

Article ID: 2217

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jim.v9i1.2217

Abstract


To analyze the effect of locking compression plate on the success rate of operation and the time of postoperative recovery.Methods :120 patients with limb fractures from March 2018 to March 2020 were randomly divided into control group (60 cases) and observation group (60 cases). The control group was treated with plate screw internal fixation, The observation group used locking compression plate internal fixation, Compare the effect of treatment, the success rate of operation and the time of postoperative recovery.results: compared the effective rate of the two groups, the observation group (93.33%) was significantly higher than the control group (75.00%). compared with the two groups, the success rate of operation and the time of postoperative recovery, the observed composition power was higher than that of the control group, and the postoperative recovery time was lower than that of the control group, P <0.05.Conclusion: The use of locking compression plate for the treatment of limb fracture can significantly increase the probability of successful operation, shorten the recovery time after operation, the overall curative effect is ideal, and the clinical popularization value is high.


Keywords


limb fracture; locking compression plate internal fixation; plate screw internal fixation; effect; surgical success rate; postoperative recovery time

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