In a study by Angadi et als,18 where they compared the outcome diaphyseal fracture of radius ulna fixation with dynamic compression plate
(DCP) (group A) with LCP (group B), found that LCP was superior to DCP in terms of time to union and Anderson et al criteria.
The structure of limited contact dynamic compression plate
is designed to achieve compression as well as to preserve vascularity of underlying bone and surrounding soft tissue providing best conditions for bone healing.
In lokesh H, et al study locking compression plates were used in 20 patients (50%), reconstruction plates in 6 patients (15%), dynamic compression plates
in 6 patients (15%), commonly locking compression plates were used.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: This series consists of 60 cases of fracture both bones forearm by open reduction and internal fixation with Dynamic Compression Plate
, Intramedullary nailing by Talwalker square nail between May 2013 to April 2015 at Department of Orthopedics, Government General Hospital, Vijayawada.
5mm dynamic Compression plate
were used in 52 of 61 fractures with an incidence of 62% (Table XI).
5-mm clavicular dynamic compression plate
This study has been carried out to compare the functional outcome of fracture fixation in diaphyseal forearm fractures by using Locking Compression Plate versus Limited contact dynamic compression Plate
The Dynamic compression plate
(DCP) is commonly used for this purpose.