The outcomes of percutaneous kyphoplasty in therapy of the secondary osteoporotic vertebral compression factures: a case-control examine.
Ann Transl Med. 2018 Mar;6(6):107
Authors: Wu AM, Li XL, Li XB, Zhang Ok, Solar XJ, Zhao CQ, Wang S, Huang QS, Lin Y, Ni WF, Wang XY, Zhao J
Background: To analyze the outcomes of utilizing percutaneous kyphoplasty within the therapy of the secondary osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures.
Strategies: Eighty-one sufferers had the secondary single segmental osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures after the preliminary fractures and handled by percutaneous kyphoplasty had been reviewed, 74 of them had minimal 2 years follow-up had been included on this examine. The 74 sufferers with main osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures handled by percutaneous kyphoplasty on the similar time interval had been matched as management group in 1:1 ratio. Visible Analogue Scales (VAS) and Oswestry Incapacity Index (ODI) had been used to evaluate the again ache and purposeful outcomes. The kyphotic angulation (KA) and compression ratio (CR) of the fractured vertebra was measured too.
Outcomes: Each the secondary fracture group and management group had considerably relieved again ache, improved purposeful outcomes, corrected KA and restored CR after operation, however no distinction was discovered between two teams.
Conclusions: Our findings counsel that percutaneous kyphoplasty is an efficient and secure process for sufferers with secondary single segmental osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures; it could obtain related scientific outcomes to the first osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures.
PMID: 29707556 [PubMed]