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Combination therapy with low-dose teriparatide and zoledronate contributes to fracture healing on rat femoral fracture model.

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Summary of "Combination therapy with low-dose teriparatide and zoledronate contributes to fracture healing on rat femoral fracture model."

Delay in fracture healing or non-union can be devastating complication. Recent studies have reported that teriparatide (TP) demonstrated effectively on callus formation and mechanical strength and zoledronate (ZA) increased the callus size and resistance at the fracture site in rat fracture model. In this study, the effects of combination therapy with low dose TP and ZA on fracture healing was evaluated.

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Name: Journal of orthopaedic surgery and research
ISSN: 1749-799X
Pages: 267

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