CRPP

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AcronymDefinition
CRPPCentre de Recherche Paul Pascal (France)
CRPPCommittee Representing the People's Parliament (Burma)
CRPPCentre de Recherches en Physique des Plasmas (French: Center of Plasma Physics Research; Switzerland)
CRPPCoalition of Registered Political Parties (Nigeria)
CRPPCentro Romano di Psicologia e Psicoterapia (Italian: Roman Center of Psychology and Psychotherapy)
CRPPClosed Reduction and Percutaneous Pin Fixation (orthopedics)
CRPPCenter for Research and Public Policy (consulting firm)
CRPPClosed Reduction and Percutaneous Pinning
CRPPCurrency Risk Protection Program (Philippines)
CRPPCommunity Relations Program Plan
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Simulated Bennett fracture treated with closed reduction and percutaneous pinning. A biomechanical analysis of residual incongruity of the joint.
In 1991, Umar and D'Sousa gave a detailed analysis of supracondylar fracture management in children till then.8 They came to the conclusion that closed reduction and percutaneous pinning had given the best results and the least complications.
Treatment of choice of displaced supracondylar fractures is closed reduction and percutaneous pinning. The technique of percutaneous pinning in supra condylar fracture management was first described by Swenson in 194810 and others.11-13
Cases managed with closed reduction and percutaneous pinning and those in whom open reduction was performed through surgical approaches other than the medial were excluded.
In a prospective study closed reduction and percutaneous pinning for 42 displaced supracondylar fractures of the humerus were performed at Tripura Medical College and Dr.
CONCLUSION: Closed reduction and percutaneous pinning under image intensifier control of displaced supra condylar fractures of humerus in children is a safe and reliable method of treatment.
As for the group treated by closed reduction and percutaneous pinning and slab application was 103.52 at the end of second week, 69.80 at the end of six weeks and 23.64 at the end of six months.
Primary closed reduction and percutaneous pinning is the preferred treatment for type III injuries with the lowest rate of compartment syndrome of the forearm and residual deformity (14).
Gartland type III fractures may be associated with brachial artery injury, nerve injury, compartment syndrome which needs immediate intervention by closed reduction and percutaneous pinning (1,2).
Mubarak uses closed reduction and percutaneous pinnings, but other surgeons may prefer to use open reduction and percutaneous pinnings.
Mubarak uses closed reduction and percutaneous pinnings, but other surgeons prefer to use open reduction and percutaneous pinnings.