Clinical Aspects of the Use of Smooth and Full-Threaded Rods of the VOSIS Veterinary Orthopedic Set in Cats
Igor Georgievich Kiselev1, Igor Alekseevich Rodin2, Alexander Nikolaevich Bezin3, Anatoly Alexandrovich Stekolnikov4, Andrey Georgievich Koshchaev5, Margarita Gennadievna Yakovets6, Anna Sergeyevna Krivonogova7
1Igor Georgievich Kiselev, Veterinary complex “BION”, Sevastopol, Russia.
2Igor Alekseevich Rodin, Kuban State Agrarian University, Krasnodar, Russia.
3Alexander Nikolaevich Bezin, South Ural State Agrarian University, Troitsk, Russia.
4Anatoly Alexandrovich Stekolnikov, St. Petersburg State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, St. Petersburg, Russia. 5Andrey Georgievich Koshchaev, Kuban State Agrarian University, Krasnodar, Russia.
6Margarita Gennadievna Yakovets, Kuban State Agrarian University, Krasnodar, Russia.
7Anna Sergeyevna Krivonogova, Ural Federal Agrarian Research Center, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Manuscript received on 02 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 10 June 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 June 2019 | PP: 3212-3215 | Volume-8 Issue-8, June 2019 | Retrieval Number: H7206068819/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The article presents the results of using the smooth and full-threaded rods of different diameters in the treatment of limb fractures in cats in hardware structures made from parts of the VOSIS veterinary orthopedic set. A total of 22 cats have participated in the studies, which were divided into two groups according to the type of rods installed during the surgery: smooth rods were installed in the cats of the first group, and full-threaded rods ‒ in the cats of the second group. The work was aimed at conducting a comparative clinical study of using the smooth and full-threaded rods of different diameters in the treatment of fractures of various limb segments in cats. It has been shown that all cats that had undergone surgery successfully passed the postsurgical period. It has been revealed that the use of full-threaded rods provides higher stability of instrument structures. It has been established that the presence of flows at the full-threaded rods’ emergence points in the studied groups was less pronounced than in groups where smooth rods had been used.
Keyword: Cats, full-threaded rods, Instrument structures, Smooth rods, Unstable surgical fixation, Veterinary orthopedic set.
Scope of the Article: Health Monitoring and Life Prediction of Structures.