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Characteristics and Clinical and Research Progress of Osteoporotic Fractures

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DOI: 10.25236/isbsbh.2020.018


Hui Li

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Hui Li


Osteoporotic fractures are the most serious consequence of osteoporosis, and the prevalence of osteoporotic fractures is closely related to factors such as age, gender, and race. The characteristics of osteoporotic fractures are: poor bone quality, slow fracture healing time, and a higher incidence of re-fractures. Osteoporotic fracture treatment includes surgical treatment of fractures and anti-osteoporosis treatment. Anti-osteoporosis treatment, on the one hand, can increase bone mass and improve bone quality, on the other hand, it has important clinical significance to reduce the risk of re-fracture; surgical treatment of fractures should be based on simple, safe and effective principles. Due to poor bone quality, the internal fixator and implant fixation is poor after fracture, and it is easy to loosen. Therefore, it is necessary to find an internal plant that is closer to the bone stiffness and bone elastic modulus, and R & D can improve bone mass faster and effectively Preparations with bone quality to improve the treatment of osteoporotic fractures. In the treatment of osteoporotic fractures, surgical treatment of fractures and anti-osteoporosis treatment should be equally important in order to achieve a more ideal treatment effect of osteoporotic fractures


Characteristics, Clinical and research progress, Osteoporotic fractures