Krzysztof Wójcik

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The paper presents an analysis of cases of treatment of humeral shaft fracture non-union following operative treatment. Non-union was treated by locked intramedullary nailing in all patients. Bone destruction at the fracture site is an indication for using bone grafts. In our opinion autologous bone marrow injection to the fracture site is an effective(More)
Five patients treated operatively on account of tibia and femur shaft delayed union and pseudoarthrosis were re-operated by locked intramedullary nailing. The method permits stable bone fixation. Intramedullary canal reaming stimulates bone union, as it refreshes fracture site and is a source of bone graft. Intramedullary nail covers anatomical axis of bone(More)
This article describes a proposition and first examples of using inductive learning methods in building of the image understanding system with the hierarchical structure of knowledge. This system may be utilized in various task of automatic image interpretation, classification and image enhancement. The paper points to the essential problems of the whole(More)
The phenomenon of Förster Resonance Energy Transfer, commonly used to measure the distances between fluorophore molecules and to study interactions between fluorescent-tagged proteins in life sciences, can also be applied in nanocommunication networks to transfer information bits. The mechanism offers a relatively large throughput and very small delays, but(More)
Femoral shaft fracture is very often main musculo-skeletal injury in polytrauma patient. We analysed bone union of femoral shaft fractures treated by different operative open methods--AO plate osteosynthesis, Zespol method and open intramedullary nailing and by closed intramedullary nailing, in patients with concomitant body injuries. We compared patients(More)
  • K Wójcik
  • 2000
In treatment of femoral shaft fractures the most effective method should be chosen, one which makes rapid bone union possible and facilitates early and efficient rehabilitation. In our opinion locking intramedullary nailing fulfils these requirements. This is a technically demanding procedure that requires considerable experience on the part of the(More)
Open osteosynthesis of long bones fractures carries high risk of complications, the most common of which are plate breakage, slow union, delayed union and non-union. The paper analysis of 3 cases of bone union complications treated by locked intramedullary nailing. The aim was to show differences in the therapeutic management of different bones and(More)
Clinical observations indicate that impairment of venous and lymphatic microcirculation is a major complication of orthopedic surgery. Usually it is older patients with certain risk factors that are affected. The symptoms are generally present after knee or hip arthroplasty, but they may occur even after less invasive procedures performed on patients with(More)
  • K Wójcik
  • 2001
This article evaluates the cost of treatment for 135 patients with femoral haft fractures. The patients were divided into four groups according to the surgical method used for osteosynthesis. 47 patients were operated by AO plating, 30 patients by the Zespol method, 30 by open Kuntscher intramedullary nailing, and 28 by closed Kuntscher or closed(More)