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Biomechanical Study of Two Peripheral Suture Methods on Repaired Tendons

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Flexor digitorum tendon injuries are challenging conditions to manage to ensure optimal patient outcomes. While several surgical approaches with high success rates have been developed, there remains no gold standard for suture technique for the repair of flexor tendon injuries. In this study, we compared two distinct peripheral suture methods on the strength of repaired tendons. Pig flexor digitorum profundus tendons were used in biomechanical studies and the biomechanical influence on tendon repair of continuous running peripheral suture (CRPS) and continuous locking peripheral suture (CLPS), were compared, using stitch length ranging from 1mm to 5mm. In CRPS, the 1mm stitch length group displayed the highest maximum load and breaking power, which was 1.57 fold higher than the 2mm stitch length group. Pairwise comparison revealed that the 1 and 2mm groups were statistically different from the 3, 4, and 5mm stitch length groups while comparison among the latter groups was not statistically significant. For CLPS, the 1mm group exhibited consistently the highest maximum load strength and breaking power, which was twice the strength displayed by the 2mm group. Pairwise comparisons between groups showed statistical significance. For future repairs of flexor tendon injuries, 1mm stitch length is highly recommended for simple peripheral suture.
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Tom
10
Numer
1
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Daty
otrzymano
2014-03-31
zaakceptowano
2014-09-24
online
2014-11-28
Twórcy
autor
  • Department of Orthopedic
    Surgery, Yantai Municipal Laiyang Central Hospital. No.111,
    Changshan Road, Laiyang City, Shandong, P.R.China, 265200
autor
  • Department of Orthopedic
    Surgery, Yantai Municipal Laiyang Central Hospital. No.111,
    Changshan Road, Laiyang City, Shandong, P.R.China, 265200
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