Posted on

Pain management after bone reconstruction surgery using an analgesic bone cement: a functional non-invasive in vivo study using gait analysis

Postoperative pain following bone reconstruction is one of the most frequent undesirable complications, especially in bone iliac crest graft procedures 15,24,28,36,42,54. This pain significantly disrupts patient recovery by reducing their mobility, delaying their functional recovery, increasing their hospital stay and decreasing their quality of life and autonomy 37,53. Furthermore, recent data suggest that chronic pain could induce changes at the immune system level, by modifying immune cell gene expression 29.

Pain management after bone reconstruction surgery using an analgesic bone cement: a functional non-invasive in vivo study using gait analysis

Orginally Published At: Pain Journal

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *