Bone cement and cementation technique, antibiotics and bone cement spacers: what should you know?
Keywords:arthroplasty, cementing technique, antibiotics
AbstractAnalyzed cementing technique and implant design . It is shown that scientific and technological progress in the industry enables us to obtain 97% survival rate of implants 10 years after surgery. According to recent reports , infectious complications in 20% of cases the cause of revision cases . Using acrylic cement saturated antibiotics reduces the risk of infectious complications. Cement spacers allow to obtain a positive result in the case of chronic infection.
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