Comminuted tibial fracture healing by the use of the mineral complex Micellate (experimental study)

Marchenkova L.O., Gorbach E.N., Kononovich N.A., Stepanov M.A.


Experimental study of the effect of Micellate on the processes of reparative regeneration on the model of comminuted tibial fractures.
Materials and methods
The paper analyzes the results of studies carried out on 20 mongrel dogs in whom comminuted tibial fractures were modeled. To stimulate osteogenesis, a complex of minerals called Micellate was used.
It was found that Micellate acts selectively and restores the lack of the bone tissue mineral component. The regenerate remodels into an organotypic bone in a shorter time.
After a detailed study of the mechanisms of action and clinical trials, the preparation might find application both in the correction of osteopenia and osteoporosis that develop in the process of fracture consolidation, and for the prevention of fractures caused by the loss of the mineral component of bone tissue as a result of metabolic disturbances.


tibia, comminuted fractures, osteogenesis, stimulation, Micellate


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