NEW STUDIES ADDED
Title: Effects of electromagnetic fields on bone regeneration in experimental and clinical studies: a review of the literature
Location in PEMF Global Library: Bone density, fractures, breaks and Tissue Regeneration Folder
Applied Frequencies: Emphasis on 50Hz
Available in: iMRS Prime
Abstract: To assess the experimental and clinical data regarding the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on fracture non-union. Articles were included in the review if they were related to the use of EMFs on BMSCs or bone tissue.
Conclusion: Experimental and clinical studies suggest that EMFs would be an ideal therapy for bone regeneration because of the action on bone tissue related cell metabolism that has been demonstrated in vitro and in vivo. Based on the previously mentioned effects of EMFs on bone tissue related cell culture, it could be hypothesized that stimulation might accelerate and ameliorate both expansion and redifferentiation.
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NEW STUDIES ADDED
.Title: Early application of pulsed electromagnetic field in the treatment of postoperative delayed union of long-bone fractures: a prospective randomized controlled study
Location in PEMF Global Library: Bone Density, Fractures, Breaks Folder
Applied Frequencies: Not listed
Available in: NA
Abstract: Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) is reported to be an effective adjunct for the management of non-union long-bone fractures. Most studies implement PEMF treatment after 6 months or longer of delayed union or non-union following fracture treatment. Despite these variations in treatment, the early application of PEMF following a diagnosis of a postoperative delayed union has not been specifically analyzed. In this study, the outcomes of postoperative delayed union of long-bone fractures treated with an early application of PEMF were evaluated as compared with a sham-treated control group.
Conclusion: Fracture patients treated with an early application of PEMF achieved a significantly increased rate of union and an overall reduced suffering time compared with patients that receive PEMF after the 6 months or more of delayed union, as described by others.