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Can you tell me of an implantable electrical bone healing device?

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Dr. Edward Hellman
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Yes

Electrical stimulation has been shown to aid in bone healing and as such is used to assist in fractures that are having trouble healing.
They are also used in the some cases of spinal fusions, and in that group there are implantable types avsilable. They are implanted in the back in patients undergoing spinal fusions that are at increased risk of nonunions,

In brief: Yes

Electrical stimulation has been shown to aid in bone healing and as such is used to assist in fractures that are having trouble healing.
They are also used in the some cases of spinal fusions, and in that group there are implantable types avsilable. They are implanted in the back in patients undergoing spinal fusions that are at increased risk of nonunions,
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