Weight-Bearing Feet Reactions at Walking in Patients with Pelvic Bone Fractures during Treatment by Transosseous Osteosynthesis

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Quantitative assessment of weight-bearing feet reaction at walking (computer complex DiaSled-Scan, St.Petersberg) was performed in 6 patients with pelvic bone fractures treated by transosseous osteosynthesis using Ilizarov device. In stable fixation of pelvic bones by the device the forefoot was used as additional balance when walking without assistive devices. The decrease in anterior and posterior push range which is compensated by the increase in time during one cycle of gait and its' variability should be considered as a summarizing index of adaptive changes of gait. Compensatory increase up to 40% of stance phase variability on the less involved side is preserved by 1 year after surgery.

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