Repetitive reduction lead to significant elevated IL-6 and decreased IL-10 levels in femoral osteotomies: A quantitative analysis of a robot-assisted reduction process in a rat model.

@article{Neunaber2016RepetitiveRL,
  title={Repetitive reduction lead to significant elevated IL-6 and decreased IL-10 levels in femoral osteotomies: A quantitative analysis of a robot-assisted reduction process in a rat model.},
  author={Claudia Neunaber and Hannes Wypior and Ralf Westphal and Maximilian Petri and Thomas Goesling and Frank Hildebrand and Christian Krettek and Philipp Haas},
  journal={Injury},
  year={2016},
  volume={47 8},
  pages={1669-75}
}
INTRODUCTION The field of robot-assisted fracture reduction has been developed by several research groups over more than one decade by now, with the main goals of increasing the fracture reduction accuracy. However, the influence of different reduction paths to patients' physiology is not fully known yet. The aim of our study was to compare the impacts of a robot-assisted direct reduction path versus an artificially prolonged reduction path by measuring the cytokine responses in an in vivo rat… CONTINUE READING

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