The Hip
Home » Bones » Negative Influences on Bone Healing:

Negative Influences on Bone Healing:

- Negative influences on bone healing:
- Effects of short-term treatment with corticosteroids and indomethacin on bone healing. A mechanical study of osteotomies in rats.
- Antiinflammatory drug effects on bone repair and remodeling in rabbits.
- Selective and Nonselective Cyclooxygenase-2 Inhibitors and Experimental Fracture-Healing. Reversibility of effects after short-term treatment.
- Dose and Time-Dependent Effects of Cyclooxygenase-2 Inhibition on Fracture-Healing.
- The Effect of Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Administration on Acute Phase Fracture-Healing: A Review

- XRT:
- Compressive mechanical properties of human cancellous bone after gamma irradiation.
- Effects of irradiation on cortical bone and their time-related changes. A biomechanical and histomorphological study.
- Long-Term Changes in the Haversian Systems following High-Dose irradiation. An ultrastructural and quantitiative histomorphological study.
- Cipro
- Ciprofloxacin Inhibition of Experimental Fracture-Healing.
           - Infection:
                 - The Effect of Infection and Lag Screw Fixation on the Union of Membranous Bone Grafts in a Rabbit Model.
- Maintenance of hardware after early postoperative infection following fracture internal fixation.
- Bisphosphonates
                 - Do bisphosphonates inhibit direct fracture healing?: A laboratory investigation using an animal model.