Effectiveness of dynamic fixation Coflex therapy for degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis.
Exp Ther Med. 2018 Jan;15(1):667-672
Authors: Zhang JX, Jing XW, Cui P, He X, Hao DJ, Li SJ
The purpose of the current examine was to look at the healing impact of dynamic fixation Coflex therapy for sufferers with degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis. Within the current examine, 78 sufferers with degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis have been recruited and divided equally into the management and statement teams. The management group was handled with conventional decompression fusion and the statement group obtained dynamic fixation Coflex system. Surgical procedure and hospitalization have been shorter within the statement group than within the management group. Intraoperative blood loss and drainage quantity after surgical procedure have been considerably decrease within the statement group in comparison with the management group. The therapy efficient charge for the statement group was considerably greater. Visible analogue scale, Oswestry incapacity index and Japanese Orthopaedic Affiliation ache and practical scores in addition to postoperative vertebral canal space and adjoining section quantitative scores improved after surgical procedure within the two teams, however the statement group confirmed better enchancment. The healing impact of dynamic fixation Coflex therapy for degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis demonstrates benefits over conventional surgical procedure, together with much less trauma and bleeding, ache discount, improved postoperative rehabilitation, and decrease incidence of adjoining section degeneration.
PMID: 29399069 [PubMed]