Three- and 4-Level Lumbar Arthrodesis Using Adjunctive Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Stimulation: A Multicenter Retrospective Evaluation of Fusion Rates and a Review of the Literature

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Our Summary

Bone fusion rates has long been improved by PEMF therapy. The aim of this study is to focus on PEMF effects on patients who had 3 or 4 level lumbar arthrodesis. 55 patients were subjected to the study in span of 12 months. It could be concluded that overall, fusion rates was improved after 3- and 4-level lumbar arthrodesis.

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Study Categories

bone healing

Authors

[‘Vikas V. Patel’, ‘James Billys’, ‘David O. Okonkwo’, ‘David Y. He’, ‘James T. Ryaby’, ‘Kris Radcliff’]

PMID

33900979

PMCID

PMC8059393

Published Date

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Frequency Range

Intensity (G)

Intensity Range

Waveform

unknown

PEMF/EMF/RF/LT

PEMF

Study Subject Types

human

Keywords Listed

pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation, lumbar arthrodesis, adjunctive therapy, spinal fusion, bone stimulation, lumbar fusion, pseudarthrosis, failed fusion

Added Descriptive Keywords

bone fusion, spinal injury, spine, bone formation, human

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