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Behandling av osteoporotisk kotkompression. Explosionsartat intresse för vertebroplastik och kyfoplastik

Karlsson, Magnus LU ; Hasserius, Ralph LU ; Gerdhem, Paul LU ; Obrant, Karl LU and Ohlin, Acke LU (2005) In Läkartidningen 102(21). p.1644-1648
Abstract (Swedish)
Vertebroplastik och kyfoplastik är två nya behandlingsmetoder

vid osteoporotiska kotkompressioner,

där man genom en perkutant insatt kanyl fyller den

skadade kotkroppen med bencement så att frakturen

stabiliseras, ryggsmärtan reduceras och patientmobiliseringen

underlättas.

Det finns inga prospektiva, randomiserade, kontrollerade

studier publicerade som värderar effekterna

av vertebro- och kyfoplastikteknikerna.

Våra kunskaper om metodernas effekt grundas på

observationsstudier och fall–kontrollstudier, som indikerar

att vertebro- och kyfoplastik minskar patientens

ryggsmärta vid en osteoporotisk kotfraktur.

Det kliniska... (More)
Vertebroplastik och kyfoplastik är två nya behandlingsmetoder

vid osteoporotiska kotkompressioner,

där man genom en perkutant insatt kanyl fyller den

skadade kotkroppen med bencement så att frakturen

stabiliseras, ryggsmärtan reduceras och patientmobiliseringen

underlättas.

Det finns inga prospektiva, randomiserade, kontrollerade

studier publicerade som värderar effekterna

av vertebro- och kyfoplastikteknikerna.

Våra kunskaper om metodernas effekt grundas på

observationsstudier och fall–kontrollstudier, som indikerar

att vertebro- och kyfoplastik minskar patientens

ryggsmärta vid en osteoporotisk kotfraktur.

Det kliniska långtidsresultatet efter vertebro- och kyfoplastik

är dåligt utrett. (Less)
Abstract
During the last 15 years, two new treatment strategies have gained worldwide attention in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures. The exponential increase in the use of percutaneous vertebro- or kyphoplasty has up to now not been supported by scientific sound evidence-based data. There exist no prospective randomised controlled trials (RCT) that support the efficacy of the treatments, not even adequate controlled studies. Instead we have to rely on prospective and retrospective uncontrolled short-term observational studies and case-control studies. These studies consistently indicate that the short-term results after the procedures in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures are favourable, regarding both pain relief... (More)
During the last 15 years, two new treatment strategies have gained worldwide attention in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures. The exponential increase in the use of percutaneous vertebro- or kyphoplasty has up to now not been supported by scientific sound evidence-based data. There exist no prospective randomised controlled trials (RCT) that support the efficacy of the treatments, not even adequate controlled studies. Instead we have to rely on prospective and retrospective uncontrolled short-term observational studies and case-control studies. These studies consistently indicate that the short-term results after the procedures in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures are favourable, regarding both pain relief and functional status. However, if a vertebro- or a kyphoplasty produces a better outcome than conservative treatment, and if the long-term results are as favourable as the short-term results in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures, is currently unknown. (Less)
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Treatment of osteoporotic fractures - an increasing interest in vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty
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Intern frakturfixering, Kyfos, Benskörhet efter menopaus, Benskörhet, Ryggradsfrakturer
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Läkartidningen
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102
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21
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1644 - 1648
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0023-7205
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Swedish
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  author       = {Karlsson, Magnus and Hasserius, Ralph and Gerdhem, Paul and Obrant, Karl and Ohlin, Acke},
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  title        = {Behandling av osteoporotisk kotkompression. Explosionsartat intresse för vertebroplastik och kyfoplastik},
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  year         = {2005},
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