Epidemiology of traumatic spine fractures.
- P. Leucht, Klaus Fischer, G. Muhr, Ernst J. Mueller
- 1 February 2009
Studies on the biocompatibility and the interaction of silver nanoparticles with human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs)
- C. Greulich, S. Kittler, M. Epple, G. Muhr, M. Köller
- Biology, Materials ScienceLangenbeck's archives of surgery (Print)
- 12 March 2009
It is shown that Ag-NPs exert cytotoxic effects on hMSCs at high concentrations but also induce cell activation at high but nontoxic concentrations of nanosilver.
Vertical deceleration injuries: a comparative study of the injury patterns of 101 patients after accidental and intentional high falls.
- D. Richter, M. Hahn, P. Ostermann, A. Ekkernkamp, G. Muhr
- 1 November 1996
Arthrodesis of the infected ankle and subtalar joint: technique, indications, and results of 45 consecutive cases.
- D. Richter, M. Hahn, R. Laun, A. Ekkernkamp, G. Muhr, P. Ostermann
- MedicineJournal of Trauma
- 1 December 1999
The results prove that limb salvage is possible even in complex ankle and subtalar pathology by thorough fusion by using a number of different techniques.
Management of odontoid fractures in the elderly
An aggressive diagnostic approach to detect unstable fractures and application of a halo device or early primary internal stabilisation of these fractures is recommended, as elderly patients with a fracture of the odontoid are a high-risk group with a high morbidity and mortality rate.
Triangular osteosynthesis of vertically unstable sacrum fractures: a new concept allowing early weight-bearing.
- T. Schildhauer, C. Josten, G. Muhr
- MedicineJournal of Orthopaedics and Trauma
- 1 June 1998
Triangular osteosynthesis is a demanding procedure that can be performed on vertically unstable sacral fractures to allow early progressive weight-bearing with an acceptable complication rate.
Timing of thoracic spine stabilization in trauma patients: impact on clinical course and outcome.
- C. Schinkel, T. Frangen, A. Kmetič, H. Andress, G. Muhr
- MedicineJournal of Trauma
- 1 August 2005
There is further evidence that early stabilization of thoracic spine injuries in trauma patients reduces overall hospital and ICU stay and improves outcome and early stabilization within 3 days after trauma appears to be favorable.
[Surgical management of spondylodiscitis. An analysis of 78 cases].
- T. Frangen, T. Kälicke, C. Schinkel
- MedicineDer Unfallchirurg
- 1 September 2006
Based on the findings, the therapeutic management and clinical course of spondylodiscitis, and a split surgical approach, ventral debridement and stabilization is only recommended if insufficient stability can be obtained by dorsal fixation alone, as shown by the persistence of infection or pain.
Ultrasound and bronchoscopic controlled percutaneous tracheostomy on trauma ICU.
- E. Kollig, U. Heydenreich, B. Roetman, F. Hopf, G. Muhr
- 1 November 2000
Fusion of the septic ankle: experience with 15 cases using hybrid external fixation.
- E. Kollig, S. Esenwein, G. Muhr, F. Kutscha-Lissberg
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of Trauma
- 1 October 2003
The hybrid external fixator presents a successful alternative for those arthrodeses of ankle joints where complications such as bone/joint infections or poor soft tissue conditions occur.