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OSTEOSYNTHESIS OF COMPLEX COMMINUTED HAND BONE FRACTURES BY APPLYING THE LACING METHOD (A CLINICAL CASE STUDY).

Complex comminuted hand injuries are an urgent medical and social problem of national health systems, which is especially sensitive for countries with a low level of socio-economic development. The work aims to substantiate the effectiveness and safety of the shoelace method of hand bone osteosynthesis in complex comminuted fractures (a clinical case study). Clinical case: A 42-year-old female patient was admitted to the clinic with complaints of the presence of a crushed wound on the 2nd finger of the left hand. The shoelace method was applied for hand bone osteosynthesis. The surgical intervention time was 24 minutes, and the time before returning to work or daily activities equaled 7.1 weeks. The time to bone fusion was less than 45 days. The shoelace osteosynthesis method in complex comminuted fractures of the hand bones has prospects for modern clinical practice with the possibility of improving the performance and safety indicators.

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