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- Miroslav Z. Milankov, Natasa Miljkovic, Natasa Janjic
- Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery
- 2010

Tibial fixation of the anterior cruciate ligament hamstring tendon graft is commonly considered more problematic than femoral fixation. When interference screws are used for tibial hamstring tendon graft fixation, graft sometimes looses its tension, so a hybrid fixation (more than one method of fixation) must be applied. Biomechanical studies show that an… (More)

- Nataša Milošević, Nataša Janjić, Nataša Milić, Maja Milanović, Jovan Popović, Dušan Antonović
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 2014

Herbicides, which are ubiquitously present in soil and food, have been proven to cause human health hazard effects, hence development of new herbicide-active compounds is recommended. In this paper, nine 2,4-bis(cycloalkyl)-6-chloro-s-triazines were considered as herbicide candidates and their pharmacokinetics and toxicity were reviewed on the basis of in… (More)

- Srdan Ninković, Marko Simnjanovski, Vladimir Harhaji, Nemanja Kovacev, Natasa Janjic, Mirko Obradović
- Medicinski pregled
- 2014

INTRODUCTION
The rotator cuff is the most important functional structure of the shoulder. The aim of this study was to determine which factors contribute to a rotator cuff injury and to evaluate the results of the surgical treatment at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology in Novi Sad since December 2009 until May 2012.
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- Nataša J Janjić, Darko V Kapor, Dragan V Doder, Aleksandar Petrović, Slobodan Jarić
- Journal of sports sciences
- 2017

A mathematical model was developed for the assessment of the starting velocity and initial velocity and force of a 100-m sprint, based on a non-homogeneous differential equation with the air resistance proportional to the velocity, and the initial conditions for [Formula: see text], [Formula: see text]The use of this model requires the measurement of… (More)

- Natasa Janjic, Darko Kapor, Dragan Doder, Aleksandar Petrovic, Radoslava Doder
- Journal of human kinetics
- 2017

This paper introduces an equation for determining instantaneous and final velocity of a sprinter in a 100 m run completed with a wind resistance ranging from 0.1 to 4.5 m/s. The validity of the equation was verified using the data of three world class sprinters: Carl Lewis, Maurice Green, and Usain Bolt. For the given constant wind velocity with the values… (More)

- Dragan V Doder, Jan J Babiak, Nataša J Janjić, Radoslava Z Doder
- Journal of strength and conditioning research
- 2012

In a large sample of both male and female athletes, subdivided by age and sex, a development curve of isometric muscule force (F) was analyzed for hand flexors, upper-body flexors and extensors, and knee extensors (PDS). A sample of 1,857 male and 1,009 female athletes, aged 8-30 years, subdivided by their age and sex, was used to measure the mean values of… (More)

- NataŠa J JanjiĆ, Darko V Kapor, Dragan V Doder, Radoslava Z Doder, Biljana V SaviĆ
- Journal of strength and conditioning research
- 2014

Temporal patterns of running velocity is of profound interest for coaches and researchers involved in sprint racing. In this study, we applied a nonhomogeneous differential equation for the motion with resistance force proportional to the velocity for the determination of the instantaneous velocity and instantaneous and average acceleration in the sprinter… (More)

- Vladimir Harhaji, Srdjan Ninković, +5 authors Miroslav Milankov
- Acta chirurgica Iugoslavica
- 2013

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most common surgically treated knee ligament. If we take into account the fact that incidence of ACL injuries is growing, it is clearly that the interest of orthopedic surgeons for this pathology is also growing. Increasing number of this operations leads to increasing of complications, which requires its analysis.… (More)

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