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Innovative vertebral fracture treatment in Bones of the second division of our hospital
Author:xaszxyy  Release date:2018-09-03


    On May 22nd, Bones of the second division of our hospital successfully performed Lumbar 2 vertebral compression fracture balloon dilatation and calcium phosphate artificial bone insertion for a patient with lumbar 2 vertebral compression fracture, which was the first case in our hospital. The newly developed minimally invasive treatment technology was of great significance for the treatment of patients with vertebral compression fractures.

    Vertebral compression fracture is a very common disease in orthopedics. As the population ages, it is also one of the most common spinal injuries in the elderly. Some violent trauma can also cause young people to suffer from the disease. Recently, our department admitted a 58-year-old patient who suffered from a compression fracture of the lumbar vertebral body due to trauma, without neurological symptoms. Through previous treatment experience, open surgery was needed to treat the fracture of this patient. Conventional interventional bone cement surgery was suitable for patients over 60 years old without neurological symptoms. Considering that the patient was 58 years old and had no neurological symptoms, open surgery was painful for the patient, traumatic, and long postoperative recovery time. Under the leadership of Vice President Hua Guo, Director Longwen Bai, Director Yanping Zhang and Director Wei Yang, they broke the routine and dared to innovate. They developed vertebral balloon dilatation and calcium phosphate artificial bone insertion through the patient's signs and imaging. Operation. Under the cooperation of anesthesiology and operating room, the operation was smooth and time-saved. Besides, the intraoperative trauma was small, the bleeding was less, and the postoperative patient had no discomfort.

    For patients with vertebral fractures, the vertebral balloon dilatation + calcium phosphate artificial bone insertion technique has little effect on the patient's bone and is easy to absorb. There is no adverse reaction during the operation and the operation is safer. At present, our department tries to provide better service for patients with safe and high quality.