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Inion® Clinical and Pre-clinical Evidence Guide - New Version Available!

We are pleased to announce that the latest version (V4112015) of Inion® Clinical and Pre-clinical Evidence Guide is available. You can find it in our website at  7 new publications listed as below have been added in this version.

  • GAIARSA, G. P., DOS REIS, P. R., MATTAR JUNIOR, R., DOS SANTOS SILVA, J., & FERNANDEZ, T. D. 2015. Comparative study between osteosynthesis in  conventional and bioabsorbable implants in ankle fractures. Acta Ortop Bras 23 (5): 263-7
  • SALOKORPI, N., SINIKUMPU, J-J, IBER, T., ZIBO, H. N., AREDA, T., YLIKONTIOLA, L., SANDOR, G. K. & SERLO, W. 2015. Frontal cranial modeling using endocranial resorbable plate fixation in 27 consecutive plagiocephaly and trigonocephaly patients. Childs Nerv Syst. 31(7): 1121-8
  • VAN BAKELEN, N. B., BOERMANS, B. D. A., BUIJS, G. J., JANSAMA, J., PRUIM, G. J., HOPPENREIJS, TH. J. M., BERGSMA, J. E., STEGENGA, B. & BOS, R. R. M. 2014. Comparison of the long-term skeletal stability between a biodegradable and a titanium fixation system following BSSO advancement - A cohort study based on a multicentre randomised controlled trail. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 52: 721-8.
  • LIM, H. Y., JUNG, C. H., KIM, S. Y., CHO, J. Y., RYU, J. Y., KIM, H. M. 2014. Comparison of resorbable plates and titanium plates for fixation stability of combined mandibular symphysis and angle fractures, J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 40:285-90.
  • YU, S. & BLOOMQUIST, D. 2014. Can resorbable screws effectively be used in fixating bilateral sagittal split osteotomies for mandibular advancement? A randomized controlled trail. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 72:2273-7
  • YANG, L., XU, M., JIN, X., XU, J., LU, J., ZHANG, C., LI, S. & TENG, L. 2014. Skeletal stability of bioresorbable fixation in orthognathic surgery: a systemic review. J Cranio-Maxillo-Fac Surg 42:e176-81
  • SADIGH, P. L., CHANG, L. R., FENG, K. M., & JENG, S. F. 2014. The `` in situ molding technique:'' an accurate and simply way to fix resorbable plates to the facial skeleton. J Craniofac Surg; 25: 1766-8