Old vs New: 95° Angled Blade Plate vs Locking Condylar Plate for Distal Femoral Fracture Fixation
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OrthoEvidence. Old vs New: 95° Angled Blade Plate vs Locking Condylar Plate for Distal Femoral Fracture Fixation. ACE Report. 2021;57(1):2. Available from: https://myorthoevidence.com/AceReport/Report/13736
New versus old: 95 degree angled blade plate versus distal femoral locking plate. A randomized clinical trialInjury. 2021 Jun;52(6): 1563-1568.
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Seventy-eight patients (79 fractures) with distal femoral fractures were randomized to receive surgical fracture fixation using a locking condylar plate (n=42) or a 95° angled blade plate (n=36). The primary outcome of interest was the rate of nonunion. Secondary outcomes of interest included the rate of secondary surgery and the rate of malunion. The mean follow-up time was 25 months post-operati...
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