Achieving locked intramedullary fixation of long bone fractures: technology for the developing world
International Orthopaedics, 08/02/2012
Phillips J et al. – Studies have shown that patients return to function more rapidly, hospital stays are reduced, infection rates are low and clinical outcomes excellent. Cost–effectiveness analysis has confirmed that the system not only provides better outcomes, but does so at a reduced cost. SIGN continues to develop new technologies, in an effort to transform lives and bring equality in fracture care to the poorest of regions.