AffiliationDepartment of Trauma and Orthopaedics, Waterford Regional Hospital, Ardkeen,, Dunmore Road, Waterford, Ireland. firstname.lastname@example.org
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CitationJ Bone Joint Surg Br. 2010 Aug;92(8):1165-70.
JournalThe Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume
AbstractWe split 100 porcine flexor tendons into five groups of 20 tendons for repair. Three groups were repaired using the Pennington modified Kessler technique, the cruciate or the Savage technique, one using one new device per tendon and the other with two new devices per tendon. Half of the tendons received supplemental circumferential Silfverskiold type B cross-stitch. The repairs were loaded to failure and a record made of their bulk, the force required to produce a 3 mm gap, the maximum force applied before failure and the stiffness. When only one device was used repairs were equivalent to the Pennington modified Kessler for all parameters except the force to produce a 3 mm gap when supplemented with a circumferential repair, which was equivalent to the cruciate. When two devices were used the repair strength was equivalent to the cruciate repair, and when the two-device repair was supplemented with a circumferential suture the force to produce a 3 mm gap was equivalent to that of the Savage six-strand technique.
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