Title: Experimental and computational study on mechanical stabilisation of sacral bone injuries
Authors: Lobovský, Libor
Marešová, Michaela
Mandys, Tomáš
Hluchá, Jana
Salášek, Martin
Weisová, Drahomíra
Pavelka, Tomáš
Křen, Jiří
Citation: LOBOVSKÝ, L. MAREŠOVÁ, M. MANDYS, T. HLUCHÁ, J. SALÁŠEK, M. WEISOVÁ, D. PAVELKA, T. KŘEN, J. EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPUTATIONAL STUDY ON MECHANICAL STABILISATION OF SACRAL BONE INJURIES. In Extended abstracts of the papers presented at 38th Danubia-Adria Symposium on Advances in Experimental Mechanics. Atheny: Greek Society of Experimental Mechanics of Materials, 2022. s. 1-2. ISBN: 978-618-86278-0-2
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Greek Society of Experimental Mechanics of Materials
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: 2-s2.0-85142333674
ISBN: 978-618-86278-0-2
Keywords in different language: Pelvis;Mini-invasive Fixation;Spino-Pelvic Fixation;Cross-Link Transverse Connector;Iliosacral Screw;Osteosynthesis
Abstract in different language: The experimental study focuses on minimally invasive fixation techniques of linear sacral fractures and its results are utilised for development and validation of the related computational model. The model is extended for analysis of unstable pelvic ring injuries with spinopelvic dissociation and their treatment with lumbo-sacral fixation techniques. Influence of a cross-link transverse connector and of an additional iliosacral screw on the fixation stability is assessed.
Rights: © Greek Society of Experimental Mechanics of Materials
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