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Clinical applications of Bioactive glass S53P4 in bone infections: a systematic review.

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Summary of "Clinical applications of Bioactive glass S53P4 in bone infections: a systematic review."

Treatment of osteomyelitis, in of itself, is challenging but is further complicated by attendant bone infections. The management of bone infection, and bone rebuilding may be assisted by the use of bioactive glasses (BAGs) which have antimicrobial and osteo-stimulative proprieties. However, this clinical application and potential complications associated with BAGs (e.g., BAG S53P4), are poorly defined. The aim of this study is to review the results of clinical research using BAG S53P4 in the treatment of human bone infections.

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Name: European review for medical and pharmacological sciences
ISSN: 2284-0729
Pages: 240-251

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